Confirming what we've reported earlier, HTC has just unveiled its latest Windows Phone 7 devices preloaded with the Mango update. Contrary to what we've heard, the two devices are named HTC Titan and Radar instead of Eternity and Omega.
The HTC Titan lives up to its moniker with a massive 4.7-inch S-LCD display. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 8255 single-core 1.5GHz processor and an Adreno 205 GPU powers the Titan, with 16GB of internal memory storage purposes. Oddly, with HTC planting 1GB of RAM on its Android devices, it's quite surprising to see only 512MB of RAM on this Windows Phone 7 device.
One of the key highlights of the Titan is its 8-megapixel camera. With a 28mm lens and an aperture value of f/2.2, the Titan has some seemingly impressive imaging prowess. The Titan will also come with a full suite of connectivity options, including a micro-HDMI port.
The HTC Radar shares a nearly identical specification to the Titan, other than a smaller 3.8-inch S-LCD display with WVGA resolution and the absence of the micro-HDMI port.
The HTC Radar is priced at S$569 and will be available at all mobile operators and authorized retailers from October 2011
Pricing for the HTC Titan will be announced at a later date, with the same availability period from October 2011.
Update: According to HTC, the Titan won't be available in Singapore, though it will have visibility in Asia from October 2011.