Along with the Radar, the HTC Titan is one of the first smartphone offerings from that company to deliver the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango operating system. Including some unique non-Android OS goodies like Skype integration, the Mango operating system delivers a Windows platform to those users who like a consistent feel and experience when using their smartphone and PC. The HTC Titan delivers one of the largest displays in the entire smartphone marketplace at 4.7 inches. Resolution offered is 480 x 800 pixels, and the S-LCD screen renders video and images in 16 million colors. That capacitive touch screen is protected by a top layer of Corning Gorilla Glass, which cuts down on glare and is also scratch resistant.
Buy the HTC Titan 4G Windows Phone starting at $149.99.
Physically, the handset is average in size and a little heavier in weight than the typical 4G smartphone. It is exclusive to the AT&T 4G wireless broadband network, and measures 5.18 x 2.78 x 0.39 inches (131.5 x 70.7 x 9.9 mm), while tipping the scales at 5.64 ounces (160 g). Talk time runs 45% better than the average 4G smartphone, at 11.83 hours on a single charge of 1600 mAh battery. When operating in 3G, 6.83 hours of talk time is available.
Powering the HTC Titan is a Qualcomm MSM8255 set of microchips, including a 1.5 GHz Scorpion central processor and graphics dedicated Adreno 205 chip. 16 GB of built-in storage is present, and 512 MB RAM memory is on board. In the camera set, a rear mounted 8.0 megapixel camcorder provides video capture in 720P HD, and comes equipped with a dual LED flash. That rear snapper provides digital zoom, geo tagging, panorama, ISO control, face detection and autofocus features, and is joined by a front facing 1.3 megapixel chat cam which also provides video call capabilities.
An FM stereo is built into the HTC Titan, and the built-in web browser supports HTML and HTML5. Popular social media applications Twitter and Facebook have been pre-installed into the handset. An efficient organizer package has been installed that is reminiscent of those found in the the PC Windows operating systems, and includes a calendar, alarm, Office 2007, calculator, world clock and notepad. Messaging is supported through SMS, MMS, threaded view and predictive text input, and e-mail options IMAP, POP3, SMTP and Microsoft Exchange are present. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi technologies offer wireless connectivity options, and video out is delivered through DLNA and HDMI support. Buy the HTC Titan starting at $149.99.