HTC Titan – the successor of Apache for Verizon and Sprint

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HTC Titan – the successor of Apache for Verizon and Sprint
Anonymous tipster sent a few images of the hot new HTC Titan to EngadgetMobile to share them with the world, and here they are.
The HTC Titan is the successor of the HTC Apache (XV6700 and PPC-6700) and can also be considered as the CDMA version of the TyTN (Cingular 8525), which is also pronounced as [Titan] by the way. The HTC Titan will be available with both Verizon and Sprint PCS as the XV6800 and PPC-6800, and will probably be offered by other CDMA carriers.
As a successor of the Apache, it has EV-DO Rev. A, 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth v.2 and 256MB of internal memory. The antenna is now internal and the design is more rounded. It seems that the phone uses microSD cards for memory expansion, standard miniUSB for charging and brings the jog dial and OK key from the TyTN to its left side. In addition it also has voice-commands key and WiFi-switch (On/Off) on the same left side.

The HTC Titan is expected to be launched in May, this year, by both Verizon and Sprint PCS.

source: EngadgetMobile



3. andy unregistered

yo i want to get this phone when is the release date and how much is it going to cost

2. sA900msung unregistered

FYI, VZW isnt always going to have nor get the exclusives on any phone. Each carrier has their own processes and methods to testing out the phone before launch so dates will be different, But if you're talking Treo 700wx type exclusiveness, Sorry there Mr. Greg, isnt going to happen

1. Greg unregistered

Isn't Verizon supposed to have some window of exclusivity on this? I thought the May timeline was Sprint specific, as earlier Verizon info had a target as (ridiculously) early as this month.

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