TAIWANESE SMARTPHONE MAKER HTC has launched a pair Windows Phone 7 handsets called the Radar and the Titan.
The HTC Titan has the largest display of any Windows Phone 7 handset at 4.7in, while the Radar is crafted from single piece of aluminium. Both phones will be available in October, starting in Europe and Asia.
The Titan is 9.9mm thick and has a 1.5GHz processor, 512MB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory. The Titan, touted as the more high-end of the pair, also has built in Microsoft Office Mobile inboxes to manage multiple email accounts.
The Titan weighs 160g and has an 8MP camera, while the Radar weighs 137g and has a 5MP camera. Both devices have HD 720p video recording.
Meanwhile, the Radar has a 3.8in super LCD display and a 1GHz processor. Both devices have DLNA for streaming to a TV and users can buy content from HTC Watch.
New features provided by Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Mango also include better Xbox Live integration.
Both HTC handsets have 28mm wide angle lenses for better pictures and have a low light sensors for taking better quality photos in the dark. They both have auto-fix on the photos for lighting.
In August we reported that HTC would hold this event on 1 September, where it was expected to reveal a suite of Windows Phone 7 handsets. Indeed, HTC showed off a couple of phones.
Some of the new features that will come with WP7 Mango include a 'conversation view' for emails, 'Threads' that combine text messages, instant messages and Facebook chat, as well as applications multi-tasking. µ
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Nice of them to mention it