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Hands-On with the HTC Titan II

HTC has announced its latest LTE-enabled Windows Phone, HTC Titan II. The most prominent feature of the smartphone is its 16-megapixel camera. This feature is more than enough to draw the attention of the crowd from the Microsoft keynote.

The current release is in fact an upgrade over its predecessor HTC Titan, which was released last year. It is first of its kind featuring LTE and running Microsoft’s smartphone operating system. The Titan II sports a 4.7-inch WVGA Super LCD display, dual cameras (12-megapixel primary camera on the rear, while 1.3-megapixel secondary camera on the front for video calling). The handset device features a 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor.

The 12-megapixel camera is offered with a host of attractive features, such as a 28mm f2.6 wide-angle lens, autofocus, image stabilization, a panorama mode for landscapes, a burst shot mode, red-eye reduction and a dual-LED flash. Moreover, it only takes 720p and not 1080p video.

For heavy multimedia and Internet users, the LTE support will make this handset a top choice for them as this will offer super fast data transfer on AT&T network.

If you hold the Titan II in your hand, it feels really good. Its aluminum casing and impressive speaker bar gives it a smooth feel. Moreover, the device has perfect weight, neither too heavy nor too light. It’s is just about perfect. Frankly speaking, Titan II is one of the best devices produced by HTC.

According to HTC, the Titan II will hit the shelves in the coming months and is available through AT&T network. The pricing plan of the device has not yet been disclosed by the company.

We have embedded a video below that will give you a better idea of the HTC’s new smartphone device Titan II. Let us have a look at it:

(Video Courtesy: The Next Web)

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