One of the first Windows phones from HTC, the HTC Titan is also one of their largest, as the name suggests. In this article I will take a look at some of its key features.
The HTC Titan measures up at a sizable 131.5x 70.7x 9.9mm, so it is relatively thin for its size. The handset looks good, with a simplistic design which is found on most Windows operated smartphones. The front is dominated by the huge 4.7 inch touchscreen, which packs a resolution of 480x 800 (199 pixel density), so videos and photos as well as games and web pages are displayed in top clarity and quality, with up to 16 million displayable colours.
The HTC Titan includes Dolby Mobile and SRS sound enhancement, so it is ideal for those who like to play music on their phone. Also, music lovers will appreciate the 16 GB of internal storage included in the handset. Because of the levels of storage, there is no need for a microSD slot, as most users will require no more than 16 GB.
In areas with 3G coverage, the HTC Titan can browse the internet with download speeds of up to 14.4 megabytes per second, which is the same as several other high end smartphones such as the HTC Sensation and Apple iPhone 4S. An equally speedy connection can be attained by making use of the handset’s Wi-Fi connectivity, which allows users to browse the web without using up their data allowance, when they have access to local Wi-Fi networks. The Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS standard web browsing software operates in a similar fashion to a personal computer, with features such as multi tabbed browsing and Adobe Flash compatibility.
As a camera phone, the HTC Titan is well equipped. With a powerful 8 megapixel unit, high quality still images can easily be captured, and with autofocus and LED flash included as standard, it remains simple to use. Additionally, the camera is also capable of shooting video footage in 720p high definition, and there is a secondary camera on the front of the phone which can be used for self portrait photos and video calls.
The new version of the Windows Phone OS (v7.5 aka Mango), offers an easy to use and intuitive interface, and alongside the powerful 1.5 GHz processor, makes for a great user experience. The Windows Phone OS is gaining momentum in its popularity, and if you are looking for an alternative to the iOS and Android powered handsets which are flooding the market at the moment, then you could do much worse than the HTC Titan.
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