HTC Titan Review – Ultra Fast Windows 7 Phone 2


HTC has announced its new flagship phone – , with a 4.7 inch screen and 1.5 Ghz  processor, it takes the to the next level with this beastly device.  But there are definitely some gripes on the phone as well, the resolution of the screen is only 480 x 800, a lower resolution compared to other top phones like 4.

The phone boasts of 8 Megapixel rear camera with Focal ratio of 2.2 (2.2 F), and Dual LED flash which vastly improves the low light photos. The phone also has a 720p video recording capability. Strangely the phone doesn’t come with 4G.

Compared to other top phones HTC titan lags in some areas here are the dimensions of other phones against HTC Titan. HTC Titan is the biggest phone among all the competitors and nearly matching the Infuse 4G.

 

HTC Titan – 131.5 x 70.7 x 9.9
Samsung (Attain) – 125.3 X 66.1 X 8.49 mm
Nokia N9 – 116.45 x 61.2 x 12.1 mm
Samsung Infuse 4G – 132 x 71 x 9 mm
Iphone 4 – 115.2 x 58.6 x 9.3 mm
Atrix – 117.8 x 63.5 x 11 mm
Blackberry Torch – 111 x 62 x 14.6 mm

And in terms of weight is The heaviest phone around.

HTC Titan – 160 g
Samsung Galaxy S2 (Attain) – 116 g
Nokia N9 – 135 g
Samsung Infuse 4G – 139 g
Iphone 4 – 137 g
– 135 g

Size: 131.5mm x 70.7mm x 9.9mm (5.18″ x 2.78″ x 0.39″)
Weight: 160 grams (5.6 ounces) with battery
Display: 4.7-inch touch screen with 480 x 800 resolution
Screen: 119 mm (4.7″)

CPU Processing Speed
1.5 GHz

Storage
Total storage: 16 GB
Available storage: up to 12.63 GB
RAM:  512 MB

Connectors
3.5 mm stereo audio jack
micro-USB 2.0 (5-pin) port

Sensors
Gyro Sensor
G-Sensor
Digital compass
Proximity sensor
Ambient light sensor

Multimedia
See photos from your camera, Facebook and Windows Live™ accounts in the Pictures hub
Music and Videos Hub powered by Zune lets you listen to radio, download music, and more
SRS enhancement
5.1 surround sound for video
Audio supported formats:
Playback:.m4a, .m4b, .mp3, .wma (Windows Media Audio 9)
Video supported formats:
Playback:.3gp, .3g2, .mp4, .m4v, .mbr, .wmv (Windows Media Video 9 and VC-1)
Recording:.mp4
(You can only playback a .3gp or .3g2 video if the video is an email attachment or is part of an MMS message.)

Power & Battery2
Battery type:  Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery
Capacity:1600 mAh
Talk time:
WCDMA: Up to 410 minutes
GSM: Up to 710 minutes
Standby time3:
WCDMA: Up to 460 hours
GSM: Up to 360 hours

Network – Europe/Asia
HSPA/WCDMA:
Europe/Asia: 850/900/2100 MHz
Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE:
850/900/1800/1900 MHz

Camera
8 megapixel camera with F2.2 lens, dual LED flash, and BSI sensor (for better low-light captures)
Front camera: 1.3 megapixel front camera
HD video recording: 720p HD video recording

Internet (USA/Japan)
3G: Up to 14.4 Mbps download speed
Up to 5.76 Mbps upload speed
GPRS: Up to 80 kbps downloading
EDGE: Up to 236.8 kbps downloading
Wi-Fi®: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n

Bluetooth® 2.1
A2DP for wireless stereo headsets
PBAP for phonebook access from the car kit
Other supported profiles: AVRCP, HFP, HSP

Social Networking
Twitter™, Facebook® and Windows Live™
Share photos on Facebook® or Windows Live™ SkyDrive

Location
Internal GPS antenna
HTC Locations
Bing™ Maps

Tethering
Internet Sharing

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2 thoughts on “HTC Titan Review – Ultra Fast Windows 7 Phone

  • You're Crazy

    The Titan is an amazing phone with very few gripes. The resolution may be lower, but the display is still amazing. Texting is made lightening fast with a large keyboard and pictures, reading material, and other media are made very clear with a bigger presentation. The responsiveness of the phone is much better than that of the iPhone and the integration of social media, a large component of today’s world, is just wonderful. By the way, the phone is definitely 4G (and the Titan II will be LTE) while the iPhone is still stuck in the world of 3G and according to rumors, the iPhone 5 will only be 4G. Sorry, but Apple never caught my attention and the integration of the Windows OS has won me over.