HTC Radar promotional video shows off the handset's beauty from every angle
We’ve already managed to get a good look at the handset already, but there’s just something about this 20 second promotional spot that manages to make the device more captivating. It could be its combination white and silver trim, or simply that we’re told to “get real-time close with everything,” but everything seems to come together in the video to keep us enchanted.
Sure it’s one short clip, but it goes to show that HTC doesn’t mess around when it comes to handset designs as they continue to press the envelope with their illustrious industrial designs. Of course, we can’t forget about the HTC Titan as well – albeit, some might prefer the more compact feel of the Radar. Check out the video below!
via WP Central
1. myLITTLEpony2 (unregistered) posted on 01 Sep 2011, 15:38 1 3
looks hideous to me gs2 is way better
2. kainy posted on 01 Sep 2011, 17:36 0 0
Looks like another Trophy ... blah. And it's pricey!
3. goos (unregistered) posted on 01 Sep 2011, 18:17 1 0
wheres the price listed hater? so glad fandroids only run one company in the industry !
11. kainy posted on 02 Sep 2011, 05:07 1 2
Wow ... take it easy the price is 399euros if I recall and it's information from yesterday ... it's all over the other blogs. And believe I am not a fan of Android ... so I have Omnia 7 ... and I love my phone...
P.s. Opps ?
4. Phillippe (unregistered) posted on 01 Sep 2011, 20:02 0 0
looks awesome!! =D
7. snowgator posted on 02 Sep 2011, 01:29 0 0
Love the looks. But, really- where is the 4.0" or better screen options? Yeah, I know the Titan. But so far, that is IT for Mango. All the Nokia, Huawei, ZTE, and Fujitsu devices either rumored or confirmed have all below a 4" screen. I know a lot of those are meant for overseas markets. Here in the U.S. the 4.0" to 4.3" screens are the sweet spot- they sell much better and more highly desired than anything smaller. I think it makes a huge difference when using your device for any kind of gaming, videos, or streaming movies.
Come on MS and your manufacturers- do you want to compete, or not?
10. ivanprskalo posted on 02 Sep 2011, 05:06 2 0
Hey, lots of people do not like 4" and bigger screens.
To me personally, it does not matter, I would like both, Titan and Radar to have.
But I know personally lots of people who hate big screens. They say that those phones don't fit in their pockets and they mainly want to make phone calls and when they want to see a movie - they go to a cinema or turn on their TV.
I have couple of friends who jokes even about size of my Xperia X10.. When my phone rings, they ask me: Are you really gonna talk on that?
12. snowgator posted on 02 Sep 2011, 05:45 0 0
Kinda Funny!! :-D
I have zero problem with small screen options. My only problem is that W7 devices do not have enough larger screen options. Sorry if I sounded like I was down on having a choice for those who like less than huge screens.