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HTC Titan Single SIM 16GB Black,Grey

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Long product name HTC Titan Single SIM 16GB Black,Grey :
The short editorial description of HTC Titan Single SIM 16GB Black,Grey

Titan, HSPA+, WCDMA, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, 850/900/1800/1900/2100 MHz, 11.938 cm (4.7 ") TFT 480 x 800 px, 1.5 GHz, 512MB RAM, 16GB, 8MP, 720p, WiFi, Bluetooth, 1650 mAh, Black/Grey, Windows Phone OS 7.5
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Short summary description HTC Titan Single SIM 16GB Black,Grey:
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HTC Titan, 11.9 cm (4.7"), 16 GB, 8 MP, Windows Phone, 7.5, Black, Grey
Long summary description HTC Titan Single SIM 16GB Black,Grey :

HTC Titan. Display diagonal: 11.9 cm (4.7"), Display resolution: 480 x 800 pixels, Display type: TFT. Processor frequency: 1.5 GHz. RAM capacity: 0.5 GB, Internal storage capacity: 16 GB. Rear camera resolution (numeric): 8 MP. SIM card capability: Single SIM, 3G. Operating system installed: Windows Phone, Operating system version: 7.5. Battery capacity: 1650 mAh. Colour of product: Black, Grey

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2012-01-25
Testseek has collected 159 expert reviews for HTC Titan 16GB Svart, Grå and the average expert rating is 77 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.
77%
Source Review comments Score
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2012-01-25
Moving over to Mango means even deeper interaction between various types of contacts. Grouping all your methods of communication for a single contact on the same page is now clearer and more pertinently presented. A great number of actions can be carri...
Good Superb bright screen, good contrast, nice colours, Windows Phone 7.5 is very fluid / Pertinent innovations to the OS, The 8 Megapixel sensor does well in good lighting conditions, less well without, Excellent finish and surprisingly compact given its positioning, Good at finding the network / Powerful speakers...
Bad Screen definition slightly disappointing, especially on the Internet, Size may be offputting / Zune, another iTunes.., You have to get used to the Windows Phone 7.5 OS and its particularities, No memory extension, Battery life slightly down on the competition...
Bottom line The Titan HTC is quite simply the best Windows Phone on the market, both technically speaking and otherwise. The screen resolution could certainly have been better (more pixels) and Windows Phone 7.5 Mango isn't yet perfect (thanks to Bing and derivati...
100%
hardwareheaven.com
Updated:
2012-02-22
Without doubt HTC are best known for being a major player in the Android marketplace. Offering a wide range of phones (and a couple of tablets) to meet the needs of pretty much every consumer they have recently released some exceptional handsets, such as...
Bottom line Starting, as always, with build quality and design the HTC Titan is solidly made with an aluminium back plate and responsive buttons which feel built to last. The screen offers excellent levels of clarity with great viewing angles and the hardware inside...
90%
recombu.com
Updated:
2014-03-30
By Thomas Newton on Friday, 14th October 2011 Tweet The HTC Titan is the latest flagship Windows Phone device from HTC. It follows on from last year’s impressive HTC HD7 and is one of the first batch of new phones to come running with Mango, aka Window...
Bottom line The Titan is yet another solid-looking and respectable device from HTC. As ever, design and build quality are at the forefront of things here but it’s not all about exteriors; this is a phone that shows off Windows Phone 7 and Mango effortlessly.You ge...
80%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-12
Stuff magazine Wed, Oct 12 2011, 4:29PM The HTC Titan is like the giant that enters the pub – everyone can’t help but notice, especially when he’s covered in Mango. But has enough changed from the Windows Phone 7 predecessor to warrant such a huge...
Bottom line Microsoft has found a big, powerful home for Mango – if the app developers get on board...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2012-01-25
Microsoft has given a green light to the launch of Windows Phone 7.5 Mango devices, and HTC has taken the opportunity to release its largest handset to date. With a mammoth 4.7in display, 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor, 16GB of internal memory and the Windo...
Good Slick performance, large and vibrant screen, Windows Mango runs flawlessly...
Bad Handset feels too big for general use...
Bottom line A premium Windows Phone device with a large screen that makes it great for things like watching films, editing documents and web browsing, but some might find it too big for day-to-day use...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2012-01-25
Whether it's Greek mythology or astrology, the notion of the titan is well established. The name brings with it a sense of size, a sense of power and a sense magnificence. But can the new HTC Titan, a Windows Phone 7 smartphone sporting a whopping 4.7...
Good Big SLCD screen, WP7, DNLA, Internet sharing...
Bad Too big for many, more storage needed, could have done with having better resolution...
Bottom line Big is beautiful when it comes to consuming content...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2012-01-25
HTC has really pushed the boat out with the HTC Titan. Not only does it have one of the biggest displays currently available, but it also has the latest iteration of Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 platform, known as Mango, and a 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor...
Bottom line A huge screen and a brilliant operating system - it may be too big for some, though...
80%
stuff.co.nz
Updated:
2012-01-25
In three short years, Telecoms smartphones have evolved from slabs of silver toast to genuinely pocketable gadgets that closely resemble traditional candy bar mobiles. The latest, the Titan, supercedes the Apache, the Harrier and the Falcon, all made...
80%
whatmobile.net
Updated:
2014-04-04
It€s an almost imperceptible trend, so slow has it been, but make no two ways about it: phones are getting faster – and bigger, not smaller. While Apple has been content to stick with a 3.5-inch screen on every iteration of its iPhone, rivals have been sl...
80%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2012-01-25
The HTC Titan's name is no joke. This phone is gigantic, bridging the gap between smartphones and tablets in a manner not seen since Dell's 5in Streak . It runs Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, has a 4.7in screen and HTC's usual superb build quality. What's not...
Good Good screen quality, Superfast performance, Windows Phone is a joy to use, Great camera...
Bad Relatively low pixel density, It's too big, Windows Phone is restrictive...
Bottom line The HTC Titan reminds us of quite how enjoyable Windows Phone is to use. It's quick, intuitive and stylish. However, this phone also makes us realise quite how silly the trend for ever-expanding smartphone screens is. This is undoubtedly a great phone, bu...
80%
fonehome.co.uk
Updated:
2012-01-25
The HTC Titan doesn’t mess about. While other manufacturers have resorted to hyperbole to describe their phones (“Blaze”, “Astound”, “Thrill”), HTC has simply called it as it sees it. With a 4.7-inch screen, the Titan is titanic. Usable though? Let’s f...
Bottom line Big hands? You’ll love this epic, easy to use smartphone. But it might just be too big for its own good.Love Expansive display, impressive design and Windows Phone MangoHate Screen resolution is too low for discerning geeks, frame too wide for many fin...
80%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2012-01-25
While there is no denying that the HTC Titan is a great example of a Windows superphone, we can’t help thinking that you could get the HTC Sensation XL, which offers the same kind of specs as well as all the benefits of Android. While we really rate...
Good Great keyboard and touch display. Integrated social networking; topnotch email facilities; very decent snapper; quality chassis; userfriendly operating system; decent display for watching films.
Bad 4.7inch display may be too large for some users; not much in the way of apps; no walking directions on Bing Maps...
80%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2012-01-25
Good Huge screen, Fast 1.5GHz processor, Runs Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango)...
Bad Impossible to use onehanded, No support for external storage, Screen resolution is arguably too low, No Flash support...
Bottom line The HTC Titan runs Windows Phone 7.5 and, apart from HTC's added apps, delivers the same OS as experience that you get on Nokia's Lumia 800 or any other Windows Phone 7.5 device. The fast 1.5GHz processor is welcome, and the 8-megapixel camera has appe...
75%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2012-01-25
The HTC Titan is big, really big and yet the Taiwanese manufacturer has managed to make this sizeable WinPho 7.5 smartphone look manageable. Much of that is down to the thinness of the handset, making it feel less massive than it actually is. The big p...
Bottom line Although it’s not as heavy or as thick as a big phone could be, you’re never going to lose the HTC Titan in a pocket. Still, it’s handsome, speedy and shows off the capabilities Windows Phone 7 OS in its current Mango flavour. Indeed, it appears that...
75%
techradar.com
Updated:
2012-01-25
HTC was the first to roll out Windows Phone 7 devices when they launched in the UK last year. And, true to form, it's in the lead with Windows Phone 7.5 devices too. The HTC Titan is one of its two first Mango-powered handsets - the other being the Rad...
Good Great Screen, Battery goes a long way, Clean, streamlined interface, Fluid internet experience, Camera works exceptionally well...
Bad No expandable memory, Multitasking still hit and miss, Facebook chat and Google Mail search still not working 100%, Multiple Calendar issues, HTC Watch needs work...
Bottom line HTC was the first to roll out Windows Phone 7 devices when they launched in the UK last year. And, true to form, it's in the lead with Windows Phone 7.5 devices too. The HTC Titan is one of its two first Mango-powered handsets - the other being the Rad...
70%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2012-08-22
The HTC Titan 4G is the first 4G-capable Windows Phone to launch in Australia, aiming to give the flagging Windows Phone platform a timely boost. Telstra's excellent 4G speeds are welcomed if you can get them and the Titan 4G itself offers a predictabl...
Bottom line The first 4G-capable Windows Phone in Australia is predictably slick, easy to use and provides excellent data speeds provided you're in a Telstra 4G coverage zone. However, limited internal memory with no expansion and a chunky, thick design will turn...
70%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2012-02-02
The HTC Titan runs the latest version of Microsoft’s smartphone platform, Windows Phone 7.5. This updates the previous version with 500 tweaks and changes. While many of these are under the hood, the addition of support for Office 365, ability to group...
Bottom line The HTC Titan puts Windows Phone 7.5 into an enormous chassis, and the big screen has its advantages. However, there’s no Flash or external memory support, and the operating system lacks some key features found on other handsets here...
70%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2012-01-25
The aptly named HTC Titan is among the first (along with the HTC Radar) of the new incarnation of Windows Phone 7.5 phones. It's certainly an epic-sized device, measuring 132x71mm, though it remains relatively slim and lightweight at 10mm deep and 119g...
Good Huge touch screen, 8megapixel camera, Windows Phone 7.5 OS...
Bad No expandable memory, no Flash support in browser, limited selection of apps in the Marketplace...
Bottom line The HTC Titan's outsize casing takes up a lot of pocket space and won't be for everyone, but the latest Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS is gorgeous to look at and fun to use. The huge screen looks good, though it could have been great with a higher pixel co...
70%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2012-01-25
Bottom line The HTC Titan is well made, looks great and is generally pleasing in most aspects of its performance, but that super-size screen is largely wasted on Windows Phone 7 and apart from being a great way to show off photos, its only real benefit is that peo...
67%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2012-01-25
Review date: 04 November, 2011. Review by: Sandra Vogel With Windows Phone now having had an update from version 7 to version 7.5 'Mango', phones are starting to appear running it natively. HTC has two in the mix, the Radar and the Titan. It is the se...
Good Enormous screen; good processor...
Bad Lacks Flash; not skinnable; no microSD card slot.
Bottom line For some the HTC Titan will simply be too large. For others, the lack of Flash may be the killer blow. Windows Phone 7.5 is certainly an advance on its predecessor, though, and if you like the way it emphasises content over apps you could be won over...
60%
T3.com
Updated:
2012-02-04
We’ve managed to get our hands on the new HTC Titan, one of the largest phones on the market at the moment - plus it’s running the latest version of Windows Phone thanks to the Taiwanese firm chucking in Microsoft’s Mango version of the OS too. HTC Tit...
Good Enhanced contrast, Surround sound effects, Camera effects...
Bad No Flash vid support, No contextual menu, Sharp screen design...
Bottom line 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...
60%
smarthouse.com.au
Updated:
2012-06-22
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...
Good Captures good still pics, even in dim lighting;...
Bad There's a lot of features lacking; It is ugly;...
60%
channelnews.com.au
Updated:
2012-06-22
HTC?s Titan has nabbed headlines for its 4G modem and 16MP camera, but this is one smartphone that isn?t an overachiever, and that?s in part to Windows? domineering OS.The Titan 4G is a towering grey giant, defined by a 4.7 inch screen that has a 480x8...
Good Captures good still pics, even in dim lighting;...
Bad There's a lot of features lacking; It is ugly;...
60%
thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-14
A comparison between the HTC Titan and the Samsung Focus S, two of AT&T's high end Windows 7.5 Mango phones. Both run on the same Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, have 16 gigs of storage, 8MP rear cameras, HSPA+ 4G and nearly identical battery capacity. You can c...
0%
thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-07
Expert video review...
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techsmart.co.za
Updated:
2014-02-27
The Titan’s Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) interface may be instantly familiar to Android users. However, the phone is significantly different in a very interesting way, namely, its compliance to the US MIL-STD-810g military standard. The shock resistant an...
0%
T3.com
Updated:
2012-01-25
HTC has finally unveiled it's line-up, first out of the blocks is the . It certainly lives up to it's name with a massive 4.7-inch screen, not to mention a super slim 9.9mm frame.Under the hood you’ll find a 1.5Ghz processor, as well as an 8 megapi...
0%
itproportal.com
Updated:
2013-03-03
OMR managed to capture on video a hands-on walkthrough of the large screened HTC Titan of late, which was launched at the start of the month along with the smaller display based HTC Radar. Both handsets are running the new Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 'Man...
0%
techview.co
Updated:
2014-05-17
At last night's HTC party, we had the chance to go hands-on with the HTC Titan that was announced during the event.Featuring a 4.7 inch SLCD display alongside the latest Windows Phone 7.5 Mango operating system, the Titan is the biggest Windows Phone devi...
0%
tracyandmatt.co.uk
Updated:
2012-01-25
The Titan is one half of the newest phones released by HTC with the latest version of Windows Phone 7 but this is the most interesting device. Mainly because of the gargantuan 4.7 inch screen, a fast 1.5 GHz processor and Windows Phone 7.5. There is no...
Bottom line Overall I thoroughly enjoyed my time with the HTC Titan: I loved the screen, Mango is a well needed update which does what it says on the tin and the hardware quality is fantastic but there still isn't that "want" factor with the Titan that other devic...
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