HTC Titan II
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The Titan II improves upon its predecessor in performance and image quality, but it's difficult to justify the premium price tag when AT&T's giving away another solid WP handset for free.
- Camera is one of the best on the marketGood performance Wonderful call and speaker qualityLong battery life
- Microsoft limits the display resolution to WVGAThicker and bulkier than its predecessor
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HTC Titan II
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- 77AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE12 ReviewsTechCrunch60HTC Titan II Review: Sometimes A Win-Win Is A LoseWhen you lop on a fat body and poor battery life (likely the most crucial feature in any phone), it’s nearly impossible for me to recommend this device.PC Mag70HTC Titan II (AT&T)The HTC Titan II is a good but not great Windows Phone, as its high-end camera doesn't perform up to expectations.Engadget70HTC Titan II reviewDespite its clumsier design, it certainly has more to offer than its predecessor. But is there any reason to fork out $200 for roughly the same feature set as the less expensive Nokia Lumia 900? Unless you're a camera enthusiast, we think your money could be put to better use elsewhere.Laptop Magazine70HTC Titan II (AT&T) ReviewThe $199 HTC Titan II is a very good Windows Phone, offering the polished Mango interface on a brilliant 4.7-inch screen. The 16-MP camera is a standout feature, and it mostly lives up to the hype...but you'll have to really want the camera to pay the $100 premium.CNET80HTC Titan II ReviewThe HTC Titan II pushes the limit of just how big and capable a Windows smartphone can be. If it weren't for the lower-priced Nokia Lumia 900, the Titan II would be the greatest Windows Phone 7 handset to walk the earth.CNET AU80HTC Titan 4GIf you like your phones thicker and with a bit of heft then the Titan 4G could be the phone for you. If you weigh up the pros and cons, you'll notice that HTC has delivered on its side of the equation, with good design, a great screen and a first for smartphone imaging.Consumer Reports70HTC Titan II review: Bigger is not always betterThe HTC Titan does have a bountiful display that may appeal to avid e-book readers. But it's bulkier and much more expensive than the Nokia Lumia 900. It's also not clear that it can take better pictures, despite having twice as many megapixels as the Lumia and other phones.SlashGear90HTC Titan II ReviewThis device isn’t quite as premium as the HTC One series, as it turns out, but it’s certainly one of the nicest all-round Windows Phones on the market.Phone Scoop80Review: HTC Titan II for AT&TIn the end, the HTC Titan II is a tiny bit of a let down. Aside from perhaps being a bit on the heavy side, the Titan II's hardware is fine. The display looks good and calls sound great. The ... LTE 4G signal performance and poor 4G battery life leave me with some reservations.Windows Central90HTC Titan II ReviewThe 4.7" screen looks good, the fit and feel is comfortable and the 16MP camera can easily replace a stand alone point/shoot camera. HTC has stepped up to the plate and has delivered a quality Windows Phone. Dare I say the best on the market?phoneArena80HTC Titan II ReviewIn the end the HTC Titan II is a decent upgrade to the original Titan, but it is less an upgrade and more a refresh ... Everything we liked about the original carries over to the new device to go along with these improvements ... HTC does a good job of delivering impressive hardware on the Titan II.MobileBurn80HTC Titan II (AT&T) Windows Phone smartphone revieThe Titan II is a fine smartphone, although it might be too big for the majority of users. Its boring and uninspired design really don't set it apart from the competition, especially Nokia's Lumia 900. It does perform most tasks well, and those that are fans of Windows Phone will feel right at home.
- 82AVERAGE USER SCORE5 ReviewsEngadget Reader60February 17, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A forgettable product. It isn't bad, exactly, but also doesn't do anything particularly well. - EngadgetEngadget Reader80July 2, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws. - EngadgetEngadget Reader90September 4, 2012Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - EngadgetEngadget Reader90May 16, 2012Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The only thing that I don't like about this phone is the battery. Why did HTC put a battery that was less than 3000mAh into this device? Motorola did it with great results on the Droid RAZR Maxx and its AMAZING!Engadget Reader90April 22, 2012Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Everyone keeps comparing this to the Nokia Lumina 900. I received this phone free from Microsoft. If I could get the Nokia for $0 or $99, I wouldn't spend $100 for this phone. That being said, I would choose this phone if the price points were similar. When you put the Nokia in the OEM case, the footprint is similar to the HTC except the Nokia is thicker. I can't see the reasoning of giving up the extra screen space and still carry a phone which has similar outside dimensions. The camera is better and the batter life is better on the HTC. The operating systems are identical. If they made a 4.3 or 4.5 Iphone I'd probably switch back to IOS. Android is behind the times. Windows is actually lacking in some areas of integration with MS Exchange servers! I find it odd that my Iphone does a better job of this than my Windows device.
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