Conclusion: Compared to the rest on test, the Titan is a big screen with an ever-improving OS underneath... but we can’t help but think the Sensation XL (the same phone running Android) is a better bet. However, if you’re after something different from an Android or iPhone device, and want to take the plunge with Microsoft (plus loving the thought of big screen media on the go) then the HTC Titan is certainly not without its charms.
Pros: Enhanced contrast, Surround sound effects, Camera effects
Cons: No Flash vid support, No contextual menu, Sharp screen design
Excerpt: The Titan 4G is a towering grey giant, defined by a 4.7 inch screen that has a 480x800 resolution. At 147 grams it's a heavy smartphone, and that's without the traditional slide-out QWERTY keyboard found on its forefathers. In terms of design, the Titan 4G lacks inspiration. It's a behemoth drenched in banal grey, modelling no swooning curves or premium materials. Instead, HTC hope much of the Titan's allure will come from its expansive screen.
Pros: Captures good still pics, even in dim lighting;
Cons: There's a lot of features lacking; It is ugly;
Summary: Recently HTC has released new smart phone HTC Titan with attractive key features in premium brand segment , one of the leading premium brand HTC is available with 131.5 x 70.7 x 9.9 mm dimension with only weight 160g, which has window 7.5 mango operating system, 512 MB RAM, 16 GB memory storage , 1.5 GHz Qualcomm processor, HD video quality, 4.7 inch capacitive touch screen with S-LCD display, auto focus, good quality picture, wide angle lens kit, Wi-FI, Bluetooth 2.1,...
Summary: Halten wir also fest: Das HTC Titan ist mit größerem Display, schnellerem Prozessor, besserer Kamera und zukunftssicherer Sensorik ein deutlich üppigeres Smartphone als das universelle HTC Radar. Doch 200 Euro sind ein stolzer Preisunterschied zur punktgleichen Wahl. Konkurrenz macht dem HTC-Duo aktuell nur das Nokia Lumia 800.