HTC Titan II (AT&T) Windows Phone smartphone review
16 April 2012
Summary: The latest Windows Phone smartphone from HTC, the Titan II, is the successor to the HTC Titan that was released for AT&T just last November. While the majority of the features on the Titan II are the same as its predecessor's, there are two key differences: a new 16 megapixel camera and support for AT&T's 4G LTE network.
Pros: Fast performance, 4G LTE support, decent camera
Cons: Too big for its own good, boring design, lack of apps
Conclusion: Though it will likely play second fiddle to the Nokia Lumia 900, the HTC Titan II is a strong high end Windows Phone too. The elegant unibody design, solid high quality build, improved voice quality, LTE 4G, big display and excellent 16 megapixel camera are all impressive. If you're a shutterbug who's looking to leave the point and shoot behind or want a big display, the Titan II is worth a look as long as you can live without that distinctively flashy Cyan Lumia.
Pros: Excellent 16MP camera, huge display in a not so huge phone, fast LTE 4G.
Cons: Battery life not a strong point, design is elegant but not original.
Summary: The $199 HTC Titan II is a very good Windows Phone, offering the polished Mango interface on a brilliant 4.7-inch screen. The 16-MP camera is a standout feature, and it mostly lives up to the hype with crisp photo quality and plenty of features to enhance and liven up your photos.
HTC Titan 4G review: The first 4G-capable Windows Phone is slick and fast, but thick and chunky
Good Gear Guide.au
27 June 2012
Summary: The first 4G-capable Windows Phone in Australia is predictably slick, easy to use and provides excellent data speeds provided you're in a Telstra 4G coverage zone. However, limited internal memory with no expansion and a chunky, thick design will turn many potential users elsewhere.
Pros: 4G data speeds, Excellent camera, Slick user experience
Cons: Chunky, thick design, Limited internal memory, Poor battery life
Excerpt: Windows Phone 7 seems to all be about Nokia at the moment. Nokia Lumia this, Nokia Lumia that, but HTC is still making Windows Phone 7-powered handsets, and shouldn't be completely forgotten - or should it?
Pros: Big screen, fast processor, solid design, 16-megapixel camera
Cons: Not as good looking as HTC's own One series or Nokia Lumia 900