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Ilse Jurriën : September 8th 2011 - 20:30 CET
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HTCHTC Titan smartphone : HTC unveils the HTC Titan Windows Phone. The new HTC Titan smartphone offers an incredibly 4.7 inch display to enjoy your multimedia experiences more than ever. With its bright LCD screen, an 8 megapixel digital camera and a secondary 1.3 megapixel front facing camera for live video calling, the HTC Titan smartphone combines high performance features with an ultra-thin 9.9mm curved body made from a brushed aluminium shell that fits comfortably in your hand. The HTC Titan is also the perfect portable office that enables efficient multitasking like viewing a presentation while you’re on a conference call or listening to music while compiling an email.

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HTC Titan Windows Phone
"The new HTC Titan smartphone raises the bar with comprehensive photography, multimedia and social media features that enable users to take the most out of their Windows Phone," said Jason Mackenzie, President of Global Sales and Marketing, HTC Corporation. "With its huge display, the HTC Titan packs an amazing amount of power and innovation into a smartphone that is unlike anything you’ve ever held before."


Capture 8 Megapixel pictures with the HTC Titan
The HTC Titan smartphone offers a dedicated hardware camera button to easily capture high resolution pictures without unlocking the phone. With the 28mm wide-angle lens users can capture more of the scene in front, while the back-illuminated sensor and the f/2.2 aperture lens make pictures look great even in low-light conditions. Also included in the HTC Titan is a panorama function to capture stunning photos of wide skylines and vast landscapes. With such great looking photos, you really can feel comfortable leaving your point-and-shoot camera at home.

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HTC Titan video capture in HD
The HTC Titan smartphone also features a HD video function to shoot vibrant and bright 720p videos. And with the HTC Photo Enhancer, users can quickly touch up pictures and upload them to social media websites like Facebook, tagging your friends as you go using automatic face detection built in to the HTC Titan Windows Phone.

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HTC Titan offers Microsoft Office Mobile
With the large expansive screen of the HTC Titan with built in Microsoft Office Mobile, this advanced smartphone from HTC enables users to easily create, edit and collaborate files. The huge keyboard makes typing on the HTC Titan quickly and comfortably. Also included are various E-mail features like Linked inboxes, to manage multiple email accounts and to synchronize your to-do list. You can also add group contacts to make communication faster and simpler, and users of the HTC Titan can even store their notes in the cloud with Microsoft OneNote.

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Multimedia on the HTC Titan smartphone
The HTC Titan offers the ultimate mobile multimedia experience. The HTC smartphone includes the HTC Watch application to put an entire library of videos and TV shows right at your fingertips, letting people discover the latest video content in a visually engaging way. Users of the HTC Titan phone can perfectly enjoy the Zune music service thanks to the Virtual 5.1 surround sound system.

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HTC Titan mobile gaming experience
In addition, the HTC Titan Windows Phone supports HTML5 for smooth and fast internet browsing. Naturally the HTC Titan also offers mobile gaming. The HTC Titan is the only phone with Xbox Live built-in. Users have access to a large number of games for Windows Phones.

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HTC Titan price & availability
The HTC Titan will be broadly available from October 2011 globally, beginning in Europe and Asia. The price of the HTC Titan will be announced at a later stage.

HTC Titan review

HTC Titan review
As soon as we receive a HTC Titan test sample, we will publish a pictures gallery with high resolution photos, followed by an in-depth HTC Titan review.

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