There was news about HTC’s two new Windows Phone 7 Mango phones is in air. In pre-IFA event, HTC unveiled names of these two phones viz. HTC Radar and HTC Titan. Thanks to the support for video chat in Mango, HTC Radar and HTC Titan feature front-facing camera. Apart from Windows Phone 7.5 OS, both Smartphones have much more to offer.
Announced previously with name HTC Omega, renamed as HTC Radar, is successor of HTC Trophy 7. HTC Radar resembles in design to that of Trophy 7 and bears appearance of HTC’s tablet, HTC Flyer. It will be available in metal gray and active white color alternatives. Having dimensions 120 x 61.5 x 10.8 mm, HTC Radar has 3.8 inch S-LCD screen. It is certainly not thinnest or fastest phone but 1 GHz processor of Radar makes things go easy.
It features 5 megapixel camera capable of capturing 720p videos. Radar features storage capacity of 8 GB so that users can easily store high resolution videos. Secondary camera is VGA which is particularly meant for video calling. Apart from some breathtaking features, it is front-facing camera that makes Radar stand distinguished from other WP Smartphones.
It is expected to be available on T-mobile and Orange. Price will be dependent on contract.
This phone was formerly known as HTC Eternity and is certainly a beast in WP Smartphone category. Featuring 4.7 inch S-LCD screen, Titan is expected to provide best ever Smartphone viewing experience. Apart from being biggest WP Smartphone, it also owns crown of being fastest, thanks to the 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
It features 8 megapixels camera capable of performing HD shooting and image capture. The phone is accompanied with front-facing camera to support video chat feature offered by WP Mango. HTC Titan is around 10 mm thick with weight counted as 160g. Apart from mentioned above, technical specifications of HTC Titan are not available yet.
It is expected to be available on T-mobile as of now and price will be dependent on contract.
These two Windows Phone Mango devices are expected to loaded with unbelievable features. HTC Experience will accompany Windows Phone Mango in both devices making Windows experience more pleasing and catchy. On The Geeks Club, we will soon make our readers available with review of HTC Radar and HTC Titan. So stay tuned for more.