Looking forward to the next generation of Windows Phone devices from HTC? You’re in luck. Today, the Taiwanse company announced the launch of two Windows Phone 7 Mango-powered handsets. First up we have the HTC TITAN, and if you looked at the phone’s name and immediately thought “big device” – you wouldn’t be wrong.
The HTC TITAN (previously leaked as the HTC Eternity) features a massive 4.7” display – which is larger than almost every other smartphone on the market (it falls short of matching the 5” Dell Streak and the upcoming 5.3” Samsung Note). Unfortunately the display is somewhat marred by its resolution of only 800 x 480.
The HTC TITAN is powered by a single core 1.5GHz processor, has 512MB of memory, an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 1.3-megapixel front facing camera, 16GB of internal storage, DLNA support, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, and a thickness of only 9.9mm. The phone will of course be running on Windows Phone 7 Mango when it is released this October.
Next up we have the slightly smaller but not too shabby HTC Radar (previously leaked as the HTC Omega). It has a 3.8” display (800 x 480), but first generation WP specs, featuring a 1GHz processor, a 5-megapixel rear camera and a VGA front facing camera, 512MB of RAM, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS in a nice brushed aluminum body just like the HTC TITAN, and it will also come with WP7 Mango. The HTC Radar will also go on sale this October, though there’s no mention of any prices for both phones.