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HTC Titan and HTC Radar compared
HTC has introduced two smartphones, the Titan and the Radar, both of which run the Mango version of the Windows Phone 7 operating system.
The new devices were unveiled simultaneously in London and other European cities on Thursday evening. Both are expected to go on sale in the UK in mid-October.
"The new HTC Titan and Radar smartphones raise the bar with new advanced photography, multimedia and social capabilities that enable you to take full advantage of the latest Windows Phone innovations," Jason Mackenzie, president of global sales and marketing at HTC, said in a statement.
The handsets will be among the first to launch with the Mango build of the Windows Phone 7. The mobile OS, also known as Windows Phone 7.5, adds a unified inbox for accessing all messages in one place, updated native apps such as Bing and Internet Explorer 9, and Zune integration. It also provides multitasking support for third-party apps, and voice-to-text functionality for web searches and composing messages.
While HTC has tweaked some features, neither comes with its proprietary Sense user interface, which is typically found on Android-based HTC handsets.
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