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HTC TITAN Sim Free Windows 7.5 Smartphone

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  • Windows® Phone OS 7.5 with 1.5GHz processor
  • Large 4.7” touch screen
  • Ultra slim 9.9mm unibody contoured design
  • 8 megapixel camera with F2.2 lens, dual LED flash, and BSI
  • 720p HD video recording

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 1 x 7.1 cm ; 159 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 476 g
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  • Item model number: X310E
  • ASIN: B005JC48OI
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Sept. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 57,078 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

The HTC TITAN is the perfect phone for multitasking and enhancing your efficiency. It simplifies your email by bringing all your accounts and conversation history by each person together in a linked inbox. And the HTC TITAN lets you easily jump between work mode and play mode. Listen to music while working on a document, or check important emails in the middle of a game without restarting the game.

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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90 of 92 people found the following review helpful By L. Otto VINE VOICE on 11 Oct. 2011
I was lucky enough to walk into my highstreet and grab a HTC TITAN over the first weekend of October (seemingly a good 2 weeks before launch elsewhere) and I've been so impressed that I thought I'd upload a review, that will hopefully fill in the blanks for you if you're looking to purchase this phone:

First impressions:
The TITAN, living up to its name, is big. To put it into perspective, if you are upgrading from a previous 4.3 inch phone, you might not notice the extra size as the bevel is much smaller on this phone than on similar 4.3 inch models, to the point where the dimensions wouldn't be much bigger. If, on the other hand, you are upgrading from a 3.5 inch or similar model, you'll notice a substantial increase on the face, that might take a while to get accustomed to. Whilst that might be said, it's also worth noting that the phone is stated as 9.9mm thin, but this is at its maximum, in reality I measure it closer to 9.6, making it on par with the iPhone 4, but not quite the same level as the Samsung GS2. It's worth noting that although the handset is very large, due to the thinness, and the ratio due to the phone being a bit wider, it sits really well in the hand.

Is it pocket friendly?:
This is a double edged sword. I'm a regular guy with a 32 inch waist that wears normal (practical) jeans, cargos and the occasional leopard-skin leotard and I have to say that I haven't found a pocket this phone wouldn't fit into. And that's not to say that it `just' fits. In fact, it always has room to spare, so do not fear if you sound similar to me there.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By White Knight on 1 Nov. 2011
I have had this phone for two weeks now, and in that time I've been bowled over by it's speed, stability and all round performance. Previously I had an iPhone and I can honestly say I don't miss it at all.

I feel Microsoft have done a great job with the OS, it's very intuitive to use and looks fantastic, and actually makes both iOS and Android look extremely dated. The app situation isn't quite as bleak as some say, in fact there are some excellent free ones available, and I've found decent equivalents to all my iPhone apps.

I've read several reviews on this phone and they keep mentioning the 'low' screen resolution - this really is a non-issue, the display is outstanding, and colours are nice and vibrant too. It's great for showing your photos (incidentally albums are synched with Facebook which is another positive about WP7).

Internet browsing on this phone is a superb experience, the IE9 browser works nicely and is very quick on a 3G or wireless connection. It doesn't support Flash though which is a bit of a shame.

As far as I'm concerned the only downside compared to the Apple is that the WP7 music player doesn't support gapless playback, but in the scheme of things this isn't a major issue. The sound quality is excellent.

All in all an excellent phone. I have no regrets. It's more unique than an iPhone (or a boring Android phone), and I know it's subjective, but I think it's better.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Sean Brunton on 22 Nov. 2011
I recently changed to HTC phones as I wanted a good smartphone brand, and everyone seemed to recommend HTC. SO I bought a HTC Wildfire a few years ago. This phone was good, but texting on the phone was a nightmare for me because of my mars bar fingers - I always hit two or more buttons or sent the thing without it actually being finished. So I went on the hunt for a better HTC model, and found this one. I decided to part pretty reluctantly with my hard-earned dosh and took the plunge.

All in all, this phone is AMAZING.

The screen is HUGE. I wanted a phone with a nice big screen and this one fits the bill perfectly. The size may take some getting used to but in time you will grow to like it. I don't know how I ever got by without a large screen! On top if this, its WVGA Super LCD screen is beautiful. Whites are crisp and bright and colours are sharp and vivid. it's not as good as the retina display on the iphone 4 but its REALLY good none the less. You need really good eyesight to notice the difference. The keyboard also accommodated my grotesquely large fingers very nicely!

The phone also has a fast processor, so multitasking, playing games, viewing photos, watching movies, listening to music and screen animations all run very smooth and quick. The HTC TITAN also boots up a lot faster than my older phone, the TITAN boots in about 20 seconds, my older phone took over minute to boot fully...

The camera is also very good. At 8MP, it wont beat your normal point and click camera but its pretty good for a phone! (In my experience, anyway). It also record video at 720p HD resolution, and there is plenty of space on its internal 16GB memory.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kaio TOP 500 REVIEWER on 3 Feb. 2012
[2012-03-06 - an update to this review was made to item 5 below]

As a happy owner of HTC HD7 - the predecessor of the TITAN model which was the first Windows Phone 7 handset from HTC - I couldn't resist the temptation to find out more about this handset. I had good opportunity to get my hands on this handset without parting with my money as a family member just purchased it. Having played a bit with this big toy, I thought I share my observations as a comparative review against HD7.

So what has changed from HTC HD7?

First the external looks:

1) Most noticeable of all is of course the screen size, 4.7 inch as opposed to 4.3 inch for HD7.

2) The 3.5mm headset jack has moved to the top near the power button as opposed to the bottom of the phone for HD7. This is a welcome change as this is a more convenient orientation for a headphone plug.

3) The microUSB (charger/data socket) at the bottom on HD7 is now relocated to the lower left side on the TITAN (almost mirrors the camera button on the right). The bottom side of the TITAN is now occupied only by a release button to open its back cover (HD7 has no such release button - instead has a simpler back cover with a notch to be lifted by a finger for opening). Power, Volume UP/Down, and Camera buttons remain exactly the same as HD7.

4) The pull-out kickstand used to place the HD7 handset on a flat surface (ideal when watching movie or making a conference call without holding the handset) is gone from the TITAN. I suppose, when weight reduction is at a premium, such extras turn out to be less important.
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