HTC Titan Review II
The HTC Titan II weighs 6 ounces, which gives a hefty feel to it. Together with the large size, you’ll feel that you’re holding on to something substantial. It’s alright for average-sized people, but not for those with smaller hands. However having that gorgeous and larger Super-LCD display easily make up for any drawback and inconvenience caused. Although it doesn’t boast the highest resolution in the mobile industry, the 800 x 480 pixels still do justice for overall user experience. The HTC Titan II also has a slight chin that’s present on most HTC phones. It has standard capacitive buttons of Windows Phone OS, Home, Back, Search and Start. The internal consists of a fast 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon 2 processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal, while the 1,730 mAh battery powers everything for one whole day. The rear-facing camera has a 16Mp rating and it’s supported by dual-LED flash to reduce graininess on photos taken in dim environment. It is a regret that the battery is non-removable and it has no card slot.
The Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” is a marvelous mobile platform to be using; the People Hub and the improved Twitter integration are absolutely nice. Unfortunately, Microsoft’s sparsely populated app store isn’t going to cut it yet, as users will quickly find many popular apps are missing. Nevertheless, it’s refreshing to know that you’re using something that’s neither the heavily fragmented Android nor the restrictive iOS. HTC also has it own contribution to the overall user interface, such as weather and clock widgets, along with built-in apps, like news, stocks and other.