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HTC Radar Single SIM 8GB Silver

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Long product name HTC Radar Single SIM 8GB Silver :
The short editorial description of HTC Radar Single SIM 8GB Silver

Radar, HSPA/WCDMA 900/2100 MHz, GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, 9.652 cm (3.8 ") 480 x 800 px, 1GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 8GB, 3.5 mm, micro USB 2.0, 5MP, 720p HD, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, 802.11b/g/n, GPS, 1520 mAh, 137 g, Silver, Windows Phone OS 7.5
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Short summary description HTC Radar Single SIM 8GB Silver:
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HTC Radar, 9.65 cm (3.8"), 8 GB, 5 MP, Windows Phone, 7.5, Silver
Long summary description HTC Radar Single SIM 8GB Silver :

HTC Radar. Display diagonal: 9.65 cm (3.8"), Display resolution: 480 x 800 pixels. Processor frequency: 1 GHz. RAM capacity: 0.5 GB, Internal storage capacity: 8 GB. Rear camera resolution (numeric): 5 MP. SIM card capability: Single SIM, 3G. Operating system installed: Windows Phone, Operating system version: 7.5. Battery capacity: 1520 mAh. Colour of product: Silver. Weight: 137 g

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2012-02-11
Testseek has collected 134 expert reviews for HTC Radar 8GB Silver and the average expert rating is 74 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
74%
Source Review comments Score
digitalone.com.sg
Updated:
2012-03-22
THE HTC Radar is the successor to the now discontinued HTC Trophy which was actually a very powerful Windows 7 when launched. It was expensive but powerful.HTC has replaced it with the more contemporary looking Radar minus and plus a few features.Made...
100%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2012-02-11
Bottom line Limited storage capacity may limit its appeal and the camera could be better, but those aren’t major complaints for a smartphone at this cheaper end of the market and the HTC Radar is otherwise a good-value Windows Phone 7 device...
83%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2012-02-11
It’s nice to see a mid-range phone that isn’t an Android device. The HTC Radar has a quality build and an excellent, smooth running OS. The 1GHz chip offers seamless performance, and there’s plenty of connectivity on offer. It’s an alternative to the...
Good Top build quality; excellent snapper; latest version of Windows Phone 7...
Bad ider this – Android users have around 400,000 apps to choose from, Apple owners more than half a million. How many do you get for WP7 – a measly 40,000. Okay, as we’ve already mentioned, many of the features that you would need apps for, such as social networking, are already integrated into the operating system, and there’s a Local Scout tile that gives you a directory of local restaurants, shop...
80%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20
The HTC Hub has the company's signature weather app sitting front and centre. The phone also features HTC's video download store, HTC Watch, along with Locations, the navigation app with free downloadable mapping...
80%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2012-02-11
Everyone may be waiting to see what exactly Nokia does with Windows Phone 7.5, as the company is expected to announce its first Microsoft powered handset at Nokia World in London this week. However, HTC has been quietly getting on with things on the Windo...
Good Windows Phone 7.5 UI is slick and responsive, Good battery life, Excellent call quality...
Bad Video recording could be better, Nonremovable battery, No microSD card slot...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2012-02-11
The Radar is HTC's mid-range Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) phone. After a slow start, Windows Phone is maturing, and there are now thousands of apps available in the Marketplace. Compared to the huge flagship HTC Titan, with its 4.7in display, the Radar ha...
Bottom line An excellent operating system in a premium chassis - only the small amount of storage lets it down...
80%
fonehome.co.uk
Updated:
2012-02-11
The HTC Radar may lack the brawn of its bigger brother, the HTC Titan, but overlook this slick little Windows Phone at your peril. With the right apps, it has the making of an HTC phone truly designed for the masses...
Bottom line If there were apps, we’d recommend this over the equally sexy HTC Desire S in a flash – if.Love Windows Phone Mango, aluminium casingHate Meh camera, Marketplace is still empty, less than 8GB of storage to play withSpecs: Screen: 3.8-inch, 800 x 480Con...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2012-02-11
Windows Phone 7 Mango is here and that means a selection of new smartphones to choose from. The new version of the OS is aimed at users who are either upgrading from the first batch of 2010 handsets, or moving over to the platform for the first time...
Good DLNA, crisp Super LCD screen, good design...
Bad Same processor as last year, no Dr Dre Beats Audio, no NFC, not much storage...
Bottom line Good, but not amazing...
80%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2012-02-11
It’s been a year since Microsoft revamped its mobile offering with Windows Mobile 7, which was greeted with cautious enthusiasm by critics and punters alike. It’s taken a while, but we’re now seeing the first major update with version 7.5 (aka Mango) a...
Bottom line Windows 7.5 Mango certainly offers a lot of useful improvements on its predecessor but it’s no game changer. It remains to be seen if developers will embrace it and begin populating the Marketplace in the kind of numbers it will need to compete with A...
75%
techradar.com
Updated:
2012-02-11
The HTC Radar is the latest smartphone to run Windows Phone 7.5, following on from the HTC Titan. With a smooth unibody design, HD video recording and 5MP camera, will it be enough to make Windows Phone a success?If HTC was at school right now, you can...
Good Great, quality build, Loud speakerphone, Contacts integration is top-notch, Keyboard is fantastic, Browser is great and text looks clear...
Bad Battery isn't removable and storage isn't expandable, Voice search shown up now we have Siri, Too many quirks with camera options for comfort, Sharing videos is painful, Very little skinning and customisation allowed other than Windows' offerings...
Bottom line The HTC Radar is the latest smartphone to run Windows Phone 7.5, following on from the HTC Titan. With a smooth unibody design, HD video recording and 5MP camera, will it be enough to make Windows Phone a success?If HTC was at school right now, you can...
70%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2012-02-11
Good Good battery life, Compact, Solid metal unibody chassis...
Bad No access to the battery, No support for external storage, No Flash support...
Bottom line If you're a Windows Phone fan seeking a relatively compact and solidly built handset, the HTC Radar could fit the bill. The optional dock may prove attractive, although that must be balanced by the inaccessible battery. We're still not convinced by the...
65%
T3.com
Updated:
2013-12-15
The HTC Radar has quietly appeared alongside its imposing sibling the HTC Titan, a goliath phone boasting a 4.7inch screen and it's certainly a handful. The Radar on the other hand has opted for a slightly more understated design with just a 3.8inch sc...
Good WP 7.5 with multi-tasking, Bright and clear screen, Social integration...
Bad Lack of apps, Build design, Camera...
Bottom line Although small on changes, Mango has helped make Windows Phone much better, that said the OS is chronically undersupported by apps and although HTC's Hub tries to help it's still incredibly noticeable and has you yearning for the same apps found on An...
60%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2013-12-15
Review date: 05 January, 2012. Review by: Sandra Vogel HTC has bought into Microsoft’s Windows Phone smartphone operating system in a fairly big way, and now has several handsets in its portfolio. One that rather dropped under the radar (pardon the pu...
Good Great chassis build; fast responsive processor...
Bad No memory expansion; can’t access the battery; no Flash support.
Bottom line The HTC Radar is a solidly made handset, and it’s a good size for the hand and pocket. Although, without memory expansion and Flash support it feels hampered. There’s no particular standout feature to lure us in, while the Windows Phone OS is something...
60%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2012-02-11
A year ago Microsoft defied the haters with its all new operating system for mobiles, Windows Phone 7, which launched with great fanfare and a far amount of critical approval, though with a few minor flaws. Now it's time for its first major update with...
Good Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. Fivemegapixel camera. 3.8in capacitive touch screen. 1GHz processor...
Bad Mango is no game changer. Not many apps in Marketplace. Can't add more memory...
Bottom line The debut of Windows Phone 7.5 Mango is decent, though certainly not overwhelming, with a host of welcome updates but little "must-have". It looks lovely though, and the HTC Radar is a good, solid vehicle for it -- if you like the look of Windows Phone...
60%
coolsmartphone.com
Updated:
2014-03-20
With a new version of Windows Phone now available in Mango (7.5), we are starting to see a new range of devices coming onto the market with lots of new features and the HTC Radar is one of them. We were lucky enough to be at the launch of this handset...
0%
tekgadg.com
Updated:
2014-09-21
We try to cover as many new devices as possible in a timely fashion, but sometimes we do not have the resources and access to cover everything. I recently had a chance to spend some time with the HTC Radar, a phone I wanted to check out in March but wasn'...
0%
thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-06
A video review of the HTC Radar 4G Windows Phone on T-Mobile. The HTC Radar has a 3.8″, 800 x 480 touch screen, a 1GHz CPU, 8GB internal storage and a front video chat camera and a 5 megapixel camera. This is a second generation Windows Phone running OS 7...
0%
techview.co
Updated:
2014-05-17
The HTC Radar was one of two devices announced last night at HTC's event in London and the Radar is a mid-range Windows Phone Mango device with a 1GHz processor. Alongside the Titan, the Radar is also one of the first HTC devices to feature a dedicated ca...
0%
T3.com
Updated:
2012-02-11
The has just got official and as well as packing Microsoft’s latest mobile OS, , it also touts some killer specs. The aluminium unibody design is gorgeous and reminiscent of last year’s ace HTC Legend. It comes with 8GB of storage space, as well as...
0%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2012-02-11
As we have seen with the HTC Titan , the Taiwanese manufacturer is certainly betting on the fact that WP7 has a bright future. While the Titan is the flagship model in the new Mango line-up from HTC, the Radar is very much the underling. On first vie...
Bottom line The Radar is a phone which has all the basics in place: decent screen, five megapixel camera, WP7 Mango software and a nice aluminium unibody design. The problem is that we’ve seen this dozens of times before with Android and 1st gen Windows Phone hand...
0%
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