So we talked about the HTC Titan earlier in the day, which will be one of the spanking new Windows Phone Mango smartphones that certainly has a display that reflects its name – sporting a 4.7″ screen that dwarfs even the new Galaxy S II’s 4.5″ screen. This Super LCD display does not really impress with its resolution though at 800 x 480 pixels, which is similar to what the 3.8″ screen that is available on the HTC Radar. Well, at least it has a super thin 0.4″ aluminum case to make up for the lack in resolution.
The initial hands-on by our friends at Laptopmag feel that those who message heavily will find the HTC Titan to be heaven-sent, especially when you have additional real estate for typing purposes. Outlook users will also find the Titan to be worth their while, and considering how the Windows Phone operating system is said to deliver one of the best touch keyboards around, it will make for the perfect blend if you’re looking for a new Windows Phone Mango handset.
If you want to know more about the hardware specifications concerning the HTC Titan can be found in our earlier post.
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