The HTC Titan II Gets Official with Price and Release Date
The original HTC Titan was released in September of 2011 and shortly their after deemed one of the very best Windows Phone 7 handsets. The Titan took on the WP7 stigma with a well rounded set of specs and a perfect 4.7 inch touch screen. The weekend before this year’s CES conference At&t took the stage for their Developer Summit. During the summit, At&t unveiled the next generation HTC Titan, with the HTC Titan II. Initially the awe from the revised HTC Titan II was reserved as its build and shape is almost identical to the original, however, once the specs were spewed the intrigue went up! Today At&t announced the Titan II’s price and release date!
The HTC Titan II is the next generation Titan that is here to reclaim the WP7 throne. During the initial announcement of the Titan II the slated release date was scheduled for a “mid march” launch. After mid March has come and gone, At&t has gone on record making the HTC Titan II official with a launch date of April 8th. The price beans of the Titan II have also been spilled, giving this new device a $199.99 price tag to new or updated contracts. While the price seems pretty standard for your average high end smart phone you will surely get the entire bang you need per buck! The build and body of the Titan II is very similar to the original, however it’s what’s inside that counts. Starting from the outside in the Titan II measures in at 132 x 69 x 13 mm and weighs in at 147 grams. The S-LCD quality screen measures in at 4.7 inches and comes with a 480×800 pixel resolution. The Titan II comes to the world with Windows Phone version 7.5 Mango that gets it’s go from Qualcomm single core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S2 processor. Add in a dedicated graphics processor, 512 MB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage and you are now using a beast of a phone. Powered by a 1730 mAh battery the Titan II is ready at all times. The most impressive part of the new HTC Titan II is its new camera. The camera sensor is rated at 16 mega pixels and comes packing dual LED flashes. The camera does auto focus, ISO control, Geo Tagging, Panorama, Digital Zoom and face detection. It can also record video in 720p HD at 30 frames per second. Capping your camera abilities is a front facing 1.3 shooter for all your video conferencing. The connectivity is strong as well. The Titan II comes with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, micro USB and DLNA connectivity.
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