HTC has unveiled two new Windows Mango Phones at the IFA technology conference in Berlin, the HTC Titan and the HTC Radar.
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|Standing Tall: HTC Titan|
The Titan has a few additional trinkets to set it apart from its Radar sibling, including a dual-LED flash (instead of a single), microHDMI port, a front facing 1.3MP camera and a secondary microphone.
The Rader has the same screen technology but crammed into a 3.8″ display, and is powered by a 1GHz snapdragon processor, with an Adreno 204GPU and 512MB of RAM.
Both phones offer high quality imaging with an 8MP camera that has a 28mm lens, F2.2 aperture, a back illuminated sensor, LED flash, and 720p HD recording. They also have great connectivity, with HSPA, Wi-Fi with DLNA, GPS, Bluetooth 2.1, a microHDMI port and a 3.5mm audio jack.
It seems Windows Phone still hasn’t perfected external memory storage though, only including 8GB of internal memory for the Radar and 16GB for the Titan.
At present there’s no word on when these sharp shooters will be making their way to Australian shores, or indications of their price point.