x PhoneArena is hiring! Reviewer in the USA

HTC Radar 4G Review

HTC Radar

Posted: , posted by John V.



HTC Radar 4G Review
Just like what we enjoyed with the European model, calling quality is particularly robust thanks to its spot-on clarity and noise free audio quality. Again, we find its speakerphone quality to be similar, but its audio output is moderate at best.

In our time testing out the HTC Radar 4G, signal strength appears to be solid in high coverage areas – and it didn't drop any phone calls.

If you happen to be a chatterbox, you'll find the 9.8 hours of talk time we're able to get more than sufficient – though, it's shy of the 10 hours of talk rated by the manufacturer. Otherwise, its real-world battery performance is average, as we're able to get a solid one day of normal usage.


For a good while there now, there wasn't anything particularly interesting out of the Windows Phone camp, but thankfully enough, the HTC Radar 4G comes off as being a good starting point for the new crop of Mango devices. Rather than coming to the table with something extravagant, it's blissfully one enticing handset for the price. In addition, its $99.99 on-contract price is remarkably warranted, but then again, you can still save up the money for something else bigger and better down the road.

OS Version: 7.10.7720.68

HTC Radar 4G Review:


  • Premium build and construction
  • Smooth performance


  • Specs are last generation
  • Videos are rather dull looking
PhoneArena rating:
User rating:
9.85 Reviews

  • Options

Want to comment? Please login or register.

HTC Radar

HTC Radar

OS: Windows Phone 7.5 Mango
view full specs
PhoneArena rating:
Display3.8 inches, 480 x 800 pixels (246 ppi) S-LCD
Camera5 megapixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon S2, Single core, 1000 MHz, Scorpion processor
0.5 GB RAM
Size4.74 x 2.42 x 0.43 inches
(120.5 x 61.5 x 10.9 mm)
4.83 oz  (137 g)
Battery1520 mAh, 10 hours talk time

Latest stories