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HTC Titan with Mango review

HTC Titan with Mango review

HTC Titan is quite an apt name, because the body of this smart phone is larger than most of the smart phones in the market. It has a large 4.7 inch capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. In accordance with the size, weight of the device is also higher then most other smart phones and happens to be 160g. Having support for Quad-band GSM, GPRS and EDGE, this phone runs on a 1.5 GHz Snapdragon processor. Besides, HTC Titan comes with 512 MB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory storage capacity. As it normally goes with the high end HTC phones, this device also carries a massive 8 mega pixel rare end camera with various cutting features and 720p HD video recording. With this device, HTC added another Windows Phone device in the market, and this one runs Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. Then we have usual features such as standard 3.5 mm headphone jack, microUSB port, built-in A-GPS receiver and office document viewer and editor. So, thanks to Windows Phone, there are a plenty of apps you can use on the device, although not as good as Android or Apple apps. Windows Phone, however, is considerably improving its app store with the passage of time so you don’t need to worry about the lack of the apps.

The massive size of the phone might be a bit uncomfortable for many, but if you don’t have any issues with the size, this can actually be a great phone. But like various other phones, this device has no flash support in the browser, no facility of native video calls and non-expandable storage. Windows Phone works pretty good with HTC Sense interface and a lot of apps come pre-stocked with the device. Previous versions of Windows Phone were not as impressive as this one and it appears that Microsoft would surprise the competitors with Windows 8 as well.

The collaboration between HTC and Microsoft has proven to be very fruitful for both tech giants and most probably this collaboration would increase with the release of Windows 8. So far HTC has already released several mid range and high end phones running Windows Phone OS. As for HTC Titan, other than a few minor flaws, this device has an ability to fulfill the requirements of the users with varying demands and app needs.

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