HTC Titan Review

HTC Titan of somewhat frightening dimensions can be seen from space and comes under the name Titan from HTC.

Okay, it may not be visible from space, but everyone on the market will closely monitor the movement of this phone with a massive 4.7-inch screen. This is one of the first phones with Windows Phone 7 Mango operating system.

At the same time, this is the largest model and it looks like it will stay that way for a long time. It seems like HTC wants to show competitors that size is very important.

The main features of HTC Titan (except for the big screen) are HSDPA (14.4 Mbps) and HSUPA (5.76Mbps) protocols, support for GSM / GPRS / EDGE technologies, 1.5GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon processor and 576 RAM memory, 8 camera megapixels with dual-LED flash and special hardware button, 16GB of internal memory, standard 3.5mm audio input, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Microsoft Office for mobile phones, services intended for social networks, stereo radio with RDS and more.

The main objections of the HTC Titan could be a bit larger, the inability to expand the memory, but also the lack of support for the DivX / XviD format.

This is, in principle, a great camera phone. The only drawback is the inability to record video in HD format, which is, in fact, a limitation of the platform on which HTC Titan works.

Dual-core support is yet to be expected on Windows Phone 7. What this platform provides are visibility and easy management.

The first generation of Mango certainly has certain shortcomings, but later refreshments will lead to significant improvements.

Mango, on the other hand, provides multitasking and a favorable overall impression, which is largely “sponsored” by the loan of HTC’s accessories to the already solid Office and Organizer and the deep integration of social networks in Titan.

HTC Titan is a phone with good reflexes because it will react quickly to every command.
The conclusion about the HTC Titan could be as follows: The HTC Titan is a phone capable of meeting the high expectations of future owners, even higher than those set by the Taiwanese company.

The new operating system is a hint of coming out of the company’s teenage years and preparing to offer the phones to a more serious clientele. On the other hand, Microsoft is making a slight shift from strictly business manners to media-centric phones with a strong emphasis on social media.

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