Excerpt: At the launch of its latest phones, HTC claimed to the biggest Windows Phone handset vendor. This in itself is not much of a claim considering the minimal amount of the smartphone market Microsoft has managed to garner.
Summary: The HTC Titan has a huge 4.7-inch display packed into a battleship-strong metal chassis, the Titan is running on Windows Phone 7. The Titan features tight integration with a variety of social networks, such as Windows Live, Google Mail, Facebook, and Twitter.
Pros: Superb screen and robust build, Snappy performance, WP7.5 gets all the basics right
Cons: Low pixel density, Size makes for awkward handling, Marketplace lacks the app diversity of iOS and Android
Summary: The HTC Titan is, in every sense, a high-end utilitarian smartphone intended for those who're not in need of a flashy looking phone with massive amount of storage that has all sorts of unwanted apps.
Summary: Additional comments: No expandable external storage slot. Top end speed, even for single-core processor; many dual-core list slower speeds—Well done. Noise cancellation feature with dedicated microphone. Youtube client, popular social network short-cuts.
Excerpt: Like a cross between a ginormous phone and small tablet, the HTC Titan for AT&T makes other Windows Phones look like Tic Tacs. Sporting a 4.7-inch display, this device gives Microsoft's lively interface a big canvas for everything from web surfing and Xbox games to watching movies.
Conclusion: The HTC Titan and the Nokia Lumia 800 (not yet available in the US), are our two top picks for second generation high end Windows Phones. While the Lumia is extremely ergonomic and attractive in that Euro-chic way, the HTC speaks to those who want the biggest display along with a high quality metal...
Pros: Huge and lovely display, excellent build quality.
Excerpt: Aaron takes a look at the HTC Titan , and as the name sounds, it's the Big Papa of Windows Phones. Specifications include a 1.5 GHz single-core Snapdragon CPU, 4.7-inch Super LCD (huge!), 8-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, 1,600 mAh battery, and Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango).
Excerpt: Aaron reviews the HTC Titan , the newest Windows Phone. It's a behemoth, but it offers some great specs that should appeal to a lot of people. In addition to the gigantic 4.7-inch Super LCD, Titan sports a 1.5 GHz Snapdragon CPU, 8-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, a front-facing...