HTC Titan II (2012): First Review – Part 7

Saturday, April 7th, 2012 4:49:39 by

However, in the daylight the Titan II’s camera packs a powerful punch against all its competitors, be it from Apple or Google. The camera takes detailed pictures in the sunlight without overdoing the brightness. The focus on smaller aspects and far away objects is precise. It takes no time to take them in details.

Though the video quality is good, Titan II still leaves a bit to be desired at a maximum 720p resolution support. With a massive 16-mega pixel camera we had hoped for 1080p version.

With with a 1,730mAh battery, HTC says the Titan II should hum along for 14 days on standby, provide up to 4 hours of continuous talk time, and play audio for 20 hours straight. In my experience, the device should hold its charge for a full workday, but with a screen this big I advise plugging it in overnight.

Last but certainly not the least, the 4G LTE technology is a welcome feature in the Windows Phone handsets. To make a strong statement in the smartphone market the companies have to thrive in the US and to compete in this region the 4G is now becoming a prerequisite than a luxury. Nokia launched their first 4G smartphone this week and though Titan II is not HTC’s first 4G-enabled phone, it surely is the first Windows Phone from the Taiwanese company to embrace the technology. The average download speed on a 4G network on the Titan II maxed at 16 Mbps and upload speed soared to 5.1 Mbps, in various tests. Though it is not the highest performance from a 4G handset, for WP7 phone it is a big leap.

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