HTC Titan 2 brings Windows Phone and 16MP snaps
9th Jan 2012 | 20:19
Come on – do we really need that many megapixels?
HTC has barely announced the Titan before it's only gone and upgraded it: the HTC Titan 2 is coming to AT&T with some dizzying specs.
Actually, just the one if we're honest: a 16MP snapper with wide angle lens and dual LED flash… we're not sure if that's overkill in the smartphone sector, but it's sure as heck a headline grabber.
You can check out our video from Vegas of the Titan II in action below:
Other than that, we're looking at a very similar phone to the original HTC Titan: 4.7-inch Super LCD screen, single core innards (a Qualcomm 1.5GHz Snapdragon S2 chip though) and 720p HD video recording.
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The other big update is the 4G LTE connectivity – HTC has promised to deliver a 4G-enabled phone to each of the carriers in the US, and this is AT&T's choice.
Other than that, we're simply left with Windows Phone Mango 7.5, meaning multi-tasking, Xbox Live integration and Microsoft Office compatibility a-plenty.
We're snooping around to see if this handset will be coming to any other territories or to see if there will be any other changes on board from the original Titan – stay tuned for our hands on: HTC Titan 2 review to find out.