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HTC Titan Review

20 August 2012 No Comment

HTC Titan

HTC Titan

It was interesting to check out the HTC Titan in daily use. It wasn’t very comfortable to use in the first place. It’s difficult to hold at first. But this feeling goes away after a few days. The big screen is much more convenient in reading daily news and surfing the internet. The overall response from the HTC fans has been terrific too.

The HTC Titan as compared to the HTC Mozart which had a screen of 3.7 inches and Nexus S which had a 4 inch screen is a huge Smartphone.

The battery life is impressive, but not outstanding. It can work perfectly well for one day as is the case with most Smartphone’s. The camera is an 8-megapixel and is equipped with panorama mode, can take excellent photos and has face detection feature incorporated too. The camera of HTC Titan is not impressive in dark locations. The shutter lag is non existent while taking photos of objects in motion. That feature is terrific to take advantage of.

HTC Titan allows its users to record videos in 720 pixels format. The result is not impressive as compared to that HTC Mozart. The autofocus option changes the focus constantly. But the autofocus button can be disabled. Or otherwise the video footage is blurred.

The Windows phone 7.5 mango connection
The HTC Titan has been released with the introduction of Windows Phone operating system called Mango. HTC has also added some of their own applications for instance the HTC Watch, HTC Footprint and HTC hub. There are many applications of HTC available online..These
applications only serve the purpose, but fail to impress. The HTC tub is a faint reminder of Android which also has a weather clock.

HTC Titan

HTC Titan

Some extra tabs will show the stock data and news. But there are better applications for this purpose in the market.

HTC also wanted to obtain a share of the media streaming industry and thus released its HTC Watch for accessing movies. The library is pretty thin and prices are not cheap either. HTC will need a solid footing to convince their users to make use of HTC streaming in place of other big
players in the market. The HTC maps will allow you plan routes and check the surroundings and takes photos too.

The HTC footprints were already present in the Android devices and window mobile. You can stream movies, photos and songs from the TV with media server application. This feature is nice and should be introduced by all the tech companies.

HTC long ago had introduced the HTC sense layer and this made sense as Android 1.6 was very immature then and couldn’t compete with Apple. HTC should fill the voids by allowing third party applications to be introduced in its Smartphone’s. Microsoft doesn’t allow third party
applications on its operating system which is a disadvantage.

The HTC Titan is a solid Smartphone overall and is built with a huge display and quality. It’s perfectly fine to use a Smartphone with 4.7 inch screen. Now most of the work can be done from HTC Titan like reading news, EBooks, surfing the internet and email checking.

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