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Ilse Jurriën : September 8th 2011 - 20:00 CET
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HTCHTC Radar smartphone : HTC launch the HTC Radar Windows Phone. The HTC Radar smartphone is designed to keep you close to the people, news and entertainment that matters most to you. The aluminum uni-body, compact size and beautiful design will capture people’s attention. HTC Radar brings you closer to the important things in life, with the new People Hub from Windows Phone. With People Hub you can pull together your contacts and social networks into one place, so you can easily follow them and stay connected. In addition, the HTC Radar is equipped with a 5 megapixel digital camera with an F2.2 lens, LED Flash and back-illuminated sensor to capture life’s memorable moments and share the pictures instantly with your friends.

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HTC Radar keeps you in contact
The HTC Radar is an intuitive phone that keeps it all on your radar and lets you get real-time close thanks to Live Tiles. The Live Tiles application brings instant updates from your favorite apps and people, right to your home screen. In addition, the HTC Radar offers People Hub, pulling in contacts, co-workers, followers and friends so there's one simple place to send and receive messages, tweets, updates, pictures and posts. People Hub shows all of your communication history with each person, as well as their recent social network updates and photos. With the HTC Radar smartphone you can also stay in touch using SMS, Facebook chat and Windows Live Messenger in one conversation, without having to switch applications or disrupt the conversation flow.

HTC Radar Windows Phone

HTC Radar Windows Phone
"Phones were originally designed for communication, but they haven’t kept up with the way consumers are actually communicating today. That’s why we introduce the HTC Radar Windows Phone to put people first, building in all the key types of communication people are already using right out of the box," said Andy Lees, President of Windows Phone Division. "The HTC Radar brings a sleek, modern design that perfectly complements this people first experience, making sure it’s easy to connect & share with the people you care about most so the message always gets through."


5 Megapixel camera integrated in the HTC Radar
The HTC Radar includes a dedicated hardware camera button to capture bright and sharp pictures with the 5 megapixel digital camera. The f/2.2 aperture lens and back-illuminated sensor makes it possible to capture superb pictures even in low-light conditions. In addition, facial recognition tags your friends for you, so you can share the moment and post it before the moment is gone.

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Shoot HD videos with the HTC Radar phone
The HTC Radar smartphone can shoot wonderful bright HD videos (720p). In addition, you can speak "face-to-face" with a new video calling feature, letting you see your friends’ faces on the bright and sharp 3.8 inch screen. The new HTC smartphone includes HTC Watch, a service that puts an entire video library right at your fingertips, letting people experience the latest video content in an easy and visually engaging way.

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Entertainment on the HTC Radar smartphone
Mobile multimedia is greatly improved with the HTC Radar. Utilizing Virtual 5.1 surround sound for a rich audio experience, the HTC Radar phone is perfect for enjoying the Zune music service. Due to HTML 5 support browsing the Internet goes smooth and fast. And you’ll always be in the game with Xbox LIVE built in right on your phone. Xbox LIVE gives the user access to a large collection of games for Windows Phone.

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

HTC Radar review

HTC Radar review
We will publish a photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive HTC Radar review as soon as we receive a HTC Radar test sample.

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