HTC’s 4.7 inch smartphone that runs on WM7 Mango.
If you thought Dell Streak and Samsung Galaxy Note were big then meet their counterpart from HTC: The HTC Titan. It is a powerhouse device, sporting a huge 4.7 inch display S-LCD WVGA display, powered by a 1.5 GHz processor with 512 MB RAM on board. Even though display is even bigger than HTC sensation but it actually uses a lower screen resolution: 800×480 rather than 960×540.
The handset has an 8.0 Megapixel camera as compared to 5 MP camera mostly featured in HTC handsets. This camera is equipped with 28 mm lens, a back illuminated sensor, f/2.2 aperture and Dual LED Flash; and is capable of 720p HD video recording. For those who want 3G or skype video calling then there is a 1.3 Megapixel front facing camera too.
HTC Titan connectivity features include HSDPA, HSUPA, WiFi with DLNA support, as well as Bluetooth, GPS, a Micro HDMI Port and a 3.5mm audio jack.The DLNA media streaming is first time introduced in HTC set, it was previously only available in LG Optimus 7 to stream media from phone to TV.
Internal memory storage on the handset is set to 16 GB, but there is no support for Micro SD memory cards. It include a second noise cancellation microphone, digital compass, full media player, and stereo FM radio with RDS.
It uses Windows Mobile 7: Mango update. And since Microsoft doesn’t allow much modification of their OS so expect standard features and apps as other mobiles. Price will be announced later when it launches this October.