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All posts tagged "htc radar"


Friday, October 14, 2011

HTC Radar Review

Posted by Brad Wasson in "Windows Phone Talk" @ 07:00 AM

http://www.engadget.com/2011/10/11/...c-radar-review/

"With its smaller screen, slower CPU and lower-res camera, it was easy to overlook the Radar as it debuted alongside its larger, bulkier sibling, the HTC Titan. Even we were blinded by shock and awe, but after spending time with the little guy, we must say we're quite smitten. Moreover, it's going to be a tearful goodbye when we're forced to send the little runt back home."

I'm certainly not afraid to admit it. I really like HTC smartphones. I've used one for the past fourteen months, and have really come to appreciate its build quality and design. So, it's no surprise to me that Engadget has become somewhat smitten with the HTC Radar. Its diminutive size next to the HTC Titan won't matter a bit to some people, and its 8 GB storage limitation won't trip up others. If you are one of those people, then this phone needs your careful consideration. It's another example of form and functionality that we would have simply not believed was possible even a few years ago. Specs, pictures and video at the Read link.


Tuesday, September 27, 2011

T-Mobile To Offer HTC Radar

Posted by Nurhisham Hussein in "HTC Windows Phones" @ 07:00 PM

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,281...bid=8OS4l3q7yY_

"T-Mobile on Tuesday announced that it will soon offer the HTC Radar 4G, the carrier's first Windows Phone-based smartphone with 4G speeds...The Radar 4G will run the most recent version of Windows Phone, known as Mango, which was released today."

The Radar doesn't quite meet the Titan's uber-specs, but I daresay the more svelte chassis and usability means that the Radar will probably be the more popular of HTC's new Mango handsets. The Radar offers a 1GHz processor, %MP camera, an aluminium unibody frame and a 3.8" screen. Exact availability is not known, but T-Mobile says it will be in stores before the holidays (press release here).


Wednesday, September 7, 2011

HTC Radar and HTC Titan Videos

Posted by Jason Dunn in "HTC Windows Phones" @ 11:42 AM

Some video goodness for you. The first two videos in particular look great in full screen, 1080p, with your speakers turned up. :-)


Monday, September 5, 2011

HTC Radar Hands On Impressions

Posted by Richard Chao in "HTC Windows Phones" @ 11:30 PM

http://www.mobileburn.com/gallery.jsp?Id=16461

"The HTC Radar is the smaller of the two new Windows Phone 7.5 devices announced by HTC today. It features specifications that are similar to the Trophy that was released last year, though it does have a couple of upgrades, most notable being a front-facing VGA camera. We were live at HTC's launch event and got some brief hands-on time with the Radar."

Mobileburn recently got a hands on with the newly announced HTC Radar Mango phone. The Radar is the smaller of the two devices in HTC's recent Mango announcement. The Radar has a 3.8 inch display with a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, 5 megapixel rear camera with a VGA resolution front camera and 8GB of internal memory. According to Mobileburn, despite the Radar's older Snapdragon process, the device seemed to be quite snappy. The Radar should be available in Europe and Asia in the beginning of October.


Thursday, September 1, 2011

HTC Add On Apps Becomes A Part Of The OS

Posted by Richard Chao in "HTC Windows Phones" @ 10:07 PM

http://www.wpcentral.com/htc-ditche...rts+(wpcentral)

"One interesting observation from the new HTC Radar and Titan is that HTC have been able to move their add-on "apps" such as Sound Enhancer, custom camera options and Attentive Phone to Settings..."

The guys at WPCentral has made an interesting observation. The HTC add-on apps are now baked directly into the OS on the newly announced Radar and Titan. Not sure if this is a good thing or bad. I actually preferred it the old way. On my Focus, I could pick and choose the OEM apps I wanted on my phone. With the add-ons baked in, they are now required and harder to update.


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