Excerpt: The HTC Titan II is the first Windows Phone I have had the pleasure of reviewing. I had mixed feelings about testing this device because of my predisposition to thinking everything Windows is horrible. Before my Apple days, I used to own a few Windows PCs and even had a Palm Treo 700w.
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.
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.
Excerpt: Can a phone ever truly offer the quality of a point-and-shoot? The HTC Titan II ($199.99) takes its best shot with a 16-megapixel camera, the highest resolution available on any smartphone in the U.S. This Windows Phone for AT&T isn't a slacker when it comes to other features, either.
HTC Titan 4G review: The first 4G-capable Windows Phone is slick and fast, but thick and chunky
Good Gear Guide.au
13 May 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
Conclusion: Whether you want a device with such a big screen will be a decision only you can make. The HTC Titan II certainly delivers one of those and if you think the Nokia Lumia 900 is big, this will seem even bigger.
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