HTC Titan II (2012): First Review – Part 4

Saturday, April 7th, 2012 4:51:38 by

As with the original Titan, HTC added a few of its own flourishes to the Titan II’s OS. The HTC Hub showcases HTC’s signature clock and weather widget plus featured apps, news, and stock reports, and there are HTC-branded apps like HTC Watch, HTC’s video download and rental service, HTC’s Photo Enhancer, Locations, Notes, and Connected Media. As you might expect, AT&T preloaded several of its own apps, like AT&T Code Scanner, AT&T Navigator, and AT&T Radio. You’ll find the usual Windows Phone apps on board as well such as MS Office, Local Scout, and Bing Maps. Unlike the bloatware currently afflicting most Android phones, you actually can uninstall these apps completely if you desire.

Discounting the advanced 16-megapixel camera, not much has changed under the hood compared with the previous Titan model. The HTC Titan II has the same 1.5GHz single-core CPU, 4.7-inch screen, and 16GB of internal memory. One big change however is the GSM/HSPA+ world phone’s access to true 4G LTE. Other connectivity options include GPS, Bluetooth 2.1, and Wi-Fi radio. If you’re into video chat, the Titan II also sports the same 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera as the first Titan, plus the Tango chat app.

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