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HTC Radar Sim Free Windows 7.5 Smartphone

by HTC
37 customer reviews

Price: £149.90 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Windows® Phone OS 7.5 with 1GHz processor
  • 3.8” touch screen
  • People hub allows you to put everyone in the one place
  • 5 megapixel camera with an F2.2 lens, LED flash and BSI sensor
  • 720p HD video recording

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  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 1.1 x 6.1 cm ; 136 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 281 g
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  • Item model number: C110E
  • ASIN: B005JC48NY
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Sept. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 49,232 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

The HTC Radar fits seamlessly with your life and keeps you in touch with your social network. With Windows Phone 'Threads' you can easily switch between Facebook chat, text, and Windows Live Messenger and never miss a beat with your world. And the 'Me' tile keeps you one-step close to Facebook check-ins and your friends' updates on your wall. Also, People Hub pulls together your contacts and social networks into one place, so you can easily follow them and stay connected. The HTC Radar fits seamlessly with

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Real-time close

The HTC Radar is the intuitive phone that keeps it all on your radar and lets you get real-time close…with everything. Crafted from a single piece of metal, it offers a premium design. With People Hub, pull together your contacts and social networks into one place, so you can easily follow them and stay connected. The lively 5 megapixel camera with an F2.2 lens, LED Flash and BSI Sensor lets you capture life’s memorable moments to share instantly with your friends.

The HTC Radar offers a 5 megapixel camera with an F2.2 lens and BSI sensor
The HTC Radar offers a 5 megapixel camera with an F2.2 lens and BSI sensor

A design that makes you look good

The HTC Radar offers a premium design. Crafted from a single piece of polished metal, the phone just feels great in your hands and is built to last. The HTC Radar is that friend who will always be there for you. It’ll make the right impression on you and everyone around you.

With Windows Phone “Threads” you can easily switch between Facebook chat, text, and Windows Live Messenger
With Windows Phone “Threads” you can easily switch between Facebook chat, text and Windows Live Messenger

Perfect photos in any condition

The HTC Radar offers a 5 megapixel camera with an F2.2 lens and BSI sensor and gives you an experience beyond what you’d expect from a phone. You’re always active so no matter the circumstance, you’ll always get a high-quality photo to share real-time with your social network.

One-for-all sharing

The HTC Radar fits seamlessly with your life and keeps you in touch with your social network. With Windows Phone “Threads” you can easily switch between Facebook chat, text and Windows Live Messenger and never miss a beat with your world. And the “Me” tile keeps you one-step close to Facebook check-ins and your friends’ updates on your wall. Also, People Hub pulls together your contacts and social networks into one place, so you can easily follow them and stay connected.

Unmissable entertainment

The intuitive HTC Radar knows you will be bored at times, too. The phone has amazing entertainment features that ensure your journeys will fly by. With HTC Watch you can enjoy Hollywood blockbusters at your fingertips. The HTC Radar gives you instant access to millions of tunes at your fingertips with Zune. And you’ll always be in the game with Xbox LIVE built in right on your phone.


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4.1 out of 5 stars

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jimbo on 23 Feb. 2012
Having owned many phones in the past, I can honestly say that this is one of the best.

Firstly, be aware that it runs Windows Phone 7. This means that there are limitations such as having to use Zune to copy pictures, music etc between the phone and your PC. There is not the selection of apps on Android or the iPhone but there are still a lot of apps.

Windows Phone 7 is a great system especially if you are into communications - text and email - and social networking. It has a fantastic and fast web browser and is very smooth and slick. It has some great games and is brilliantly simple.

The Radar is a seriously solid device. It feels rock solid in the hand and nice to hold. The build quality is simply fantastic and better than pretty much anything else out there. It is extremely fast and responsive with a decent and very sensitive screen. I find the size to be perfect. I find the sound quality for calls and for music to be well above average. The battery life is also above average for me.

The software enhancements made by HTC to Windows Phone are worthy too.

The negatives for me are that the handset is a tad bland in its design and is a little thicker than I would like. The power button could be nicer to use, especially if it were metal like the camera button. There is only 8Gb of storage, about 6.5Gb of which is free and that has to store your apps, app data, music, podcasts, pictures and videos. It is simply not very much.

If you are looking for a mid range Windows Phone handset, this is the one to get. There is no compromise on performance and no compromise on quality.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By C. Gavrielides on 19 Oct. 2011
I bought this thinking it would be a compromise when compared to the HTC Titan. I was very well surprised to find out that the build quality is excellent with a very sturdy metallic case. This is no compromise at all and it's coming with a very approachable price tag.

Together with the excellent Windows Phone 7.5 operating system this makes a great phone.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John Gamji on 6 Mar. 2012
HTC Radar is easily one of my favorite handsets. It's nice looking, classy and made out of good high quality materials it seems. The Phone is fast and responsive it'd make your android/iphone handset looks bad when compared. but be aware, there are some features that are not available in HTC Radar, one of them is the removal of the Compass and your phone wouldn't be compatible with some of what's available in the Marketplace. It's a non-issue for me, anyway.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Freeflow on 21 April 2012
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Stuff Magazine were right when they rated this phone as best of the 2nd tier smartphones.

You will not be disappointed
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By G. Austin on 29 Oct. 2011
In a market that is saturated with Apple and Android it sometimes happens that a fantastic phone like this is overlooked. Not only does this phone feel reassuringly solid in the hand, it also looks fantastic. HTC are well known for build quality and this phone is no exception, the unibody metal body feels really nice, the touch screen is hard as nails and yet the touch interface is excellent.

The 1ghz Processor tears through everything you throw at it, multitasking is handled incredibly well. The camera features great optics and a low light sensor for subdued light or indoor shots, it also features a panorama function with a handy spirit level guide so you get a nice straight photo stitch.

Let us not forget the vastly improved Windows Mango 7.5 operating system that is just so easy to navigate, customize and really make your own. Some of the Windows 7.5 benefits include

- Live tiles - the tiles are widgets re-thought, they update themselves with how many messages are waiting, how many texts you have, calls or any number of updates without having to go into the app.

- People Hub - all your social networks (fbook, linkedin, twitter) in one handy place, which means no need for 3 separate apps for social media.

- Groups - you can have your favourite contacts grouped into family, friends, colleagues, etc.

- Email - have multiple accounts set up and for the Business folk, dedicated Outlook email.

- Picture Hub - take and share photos to your social networks quickly and easily.

- Windows apps - growing quickly and with very high quality apps!

- XBOX LIVE - xbox live arcade game son your phone. Soon full xbox 360 games will enable your phone to be part of the action.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kaio TOP 500 REVIEWER on 6 Mar. 2012
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I just did an extensive review for Samsung I8350 Omnia W Sim Free Mobile Phone by considering over half-a-dozen Windows Phone handsets currently available. On the basis of personal preferences set out for the purchase (detailed in the review) the HTC Radar was a close contender. For this reason I thought it's a good idea to share my thoughts which may be of interest to customers looking for comparative reviews.

[Update 2012-11-19] Eventually bought this phone as a present when the price was too good to ignore.

The following is the last paragraphs of that review which refers to the HTC Radar in particular. Full review is available here.
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You did say HTC Radar was a contender, so what was the deal breaker?

HTC Radar spec in general is comparable to Samsung Omnia W. Where there are differences, the Samsung Omnia W is a clear winner except for: (i) a marginally bigger screen size for HTC Radar 3.8" versus Samsung Omina W 3.7" which is a hardly noticeable difference anyway; and (ii) network performance (such as download and upload speed) for HTC Radar is [reportedly] better (I suspect because HTC Radar supports the lower end of 4G data service??). On the other side of the differences, for the HTC Radar (i) the Gyroscope sensor is missing (ii) weight is 22g heavier, (iii) battery talk time is less by about 4 hours and (iv) it's equipped with a slower 1 GHz CPU compared with 1.4GHz for the Omnia W.
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