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HTC Titan II - Windows Phone with LTE and 16-megapixel camera

HTC announces the LTE-equipped Titan II
HTC today announced the HTC Titan II, the follow up to last year’s Windows Phone device with a mammoth 4.7” screen. While the screen size and CPU speed stay the same (Microsoft has fairly strict OEM requirements for CPU), there are several significant upgrades in the new phone, not the least of which is a 4G LTE radio that will work on AT&T’s growing LTE network. The HTC Titan II will be the first LTE-equipped Windows Phone device to be offered, continuing HTC's tradition of LTE-relatedfirsts.

The Titan II will also sport an increased emphasis on its camera, with a 16-megapixel camera (you read that right) wide a wide-angle lens, image stabilization, and a backside-illuminated sensor for superior low-light performance. When the light gets too low, you can use the device's dual LED flash to liven up your images, while using the red eye reduction for the inevitable bugaboo that results from using a flash. The camera also takes 720p video, which should look great when reviewing it on the 4.7” super LCD screen.

The Titan II also brings with it an enlarged 1730mAh battery, which hopefully will help offset the inevitable battery drain of using LTE. AT&T customers can expect the phone to be available “in the coming months”. The HTC Titan II will launch as an AT&T exclusive.

How many of you want one of these giant WP7 LTE handsets?

source: HTC

See more: HTC Titan 2 Hands-on | HTC Titan 2 Sample Photos

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