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HTC Titan II headed to AT&T next month

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 26 Mar 2012 23:18 User comments (3)

HTC Titan II headed to AT&T next month AT&T has announced that in addition to the launch of the Nokia Lumia 900, the carrier will also be launching the HTC Titan II on April 8th.
The Windows Phone 7.5 device will also include 4G LTE support, making the two devices the first in the U.S. to have such a radio.

While the Lumia will sell for just $99 with contract, the Titan II will sell for $199 with two-year contract.

The original Titan was one of the more popular WP7 devices, due to its sleek aluminum casing, although the sequel removes that feature in exchange for a plastic one.

Titan II phones have a large 4.7-inch SuperLCD display, a massive 16MP camera with dual-LED flash, 4G LTE and Windows Phone 7.5 Mango.

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3 user comments

127.3.2012 0:18

Say no to plastic phones.

And phones with glass.

Long live my HD2, literally.


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227.3.2012 9:22

Nothing wrong with plastic phones; so long as you get a nice Seido shell. Of course, when you are selling a phone with a terrible OS that no one wants, and your only feature is the Aluminum case...KEEP THE ALUMINUM CASE!!!

Better yet...put your R&D money into making the Android devices better. I'd pay $50 right now if HTC released a new back cover for my Sensation 4G with decent sized antennas in it.



327.3.2012 21:14

Originally posted by KillerBug:
when you are selling a phone with a terrible OS that no one wants, and your only feature is the Aluminum case...KEEP THE ALUMINUM CASE!!!
Many people that actually use the OS disagree with you. For many people looking to get a "Smart Phone" it is a very good choice. It is lacking in the App department but most of the popular apps are available. The OS is also very smooth, quick, and very easy to use.

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