HTC® Titan: A New Smartphone from HTC®
HTC has recently introduced a Windows Phone 7 device, named HTC Titan. It is believed to be the successor of HTC HD7S and comes preloaded with Mango operating system. U.S. carrier service AT&T has welcomed this next-generation phone.
This smartphone is quite big in size, with 4.7 inches of touchscreen. This means that it is around 0.2 inches bigger than the Samsung Galaxy S II variants for T-Mobile and Sprint. The device is easily manageable, mainly because of its slim built and high quality. Although it is big in size, it wouldn't give a cumbersome feel to the user, neither while using it nor while carrying it. Unlike other high resolution Android smartphones that have qHD resolution, the WVGA resolution of this phone is quite sharp and crisp. The screen delivers lots of contrast, wider viewing angles, and great colors.
One unique thing about the phone that is sure to surprise you is its plastic body. However, the fine finish of the same gives it a very 'unibody' look, one fitted with aluminum enclosure. Actually, its body is made of plastic with a unibody design, specifically treated to give a feel of metal. The frame of the phone seems to be sufficiently sturdy and with the wise use of plastic, HTC has managed to keep the phone light in weight too.
Apart from all this, HTC has also not incorporated Metro UI on HTC Titan, which has been laden with too many manufacturer and carrier customizations. HTC has also equipped the phone with cameras, along with HTC Hub and HTC Watch.