Pocket Gamer: Hands-on with HTC's newly announced Radar and Titan Windows Phone handsets

A look at the newly announced HTC Radar and Titan Windows Phone-powered phones.

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gw4k4604d ago

Anyone have any hands on with a Windows Phone? I'm interested in them but I know no one that has one.

toaster4604d ago

These handsets would sell so much better with Android. The design is really amazing, I've always loved HTC phones. I myself have a Desire HD.

"Neither model has a dual-core processor (a restriction of the OS we're told)"

LOOOL That is pathetic. MS just can't keep up.. they should just quit.


When is a Handheld not a Handheld?

Clickonline.com investigates how big is too big when it comes to handhelds.

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HTC Titan aka Triumph to become China's first official Windows Phone

Engadget - Look who just beat Nokia, ZTE and Lenovo to launching the first official Windows Phone in China? At the opening of HTC's first Chinese flagship store in Beijing yesterday (pictured after the break), Sina Tech's Zāng Zhì Yuān noticed that the company's already accepting pre-orders for the 4.7-inch Titan, which is priced at ¥4,399 or about $700 sans contract -- very much in the high-end of the market, surprisingly enough.

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Wired: Mobile Phones HTC Radar review

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 Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, getting its first outing on the HTC Radar, which also features a five-megapixel camera.