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Testseek.com have collected 141 expert reviews of the HTC Radar 4G and the average rating is 73%. Scroll down and see all reviews for HTC Radar 4G.
Award: Recommended October 2011
October 2011
 
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The editors liked

  • Premium build and construction
  • Smooth performance
  • Highquality construction
  • Good video recording quality
  • Beautiful displayTop-notch buildHD camcorder with auto-focus
  • Beautifully designed body
  • Smooth OS performance despite middling specs
  • Touch screen looks good
  • Renders text well
  • And has superior responsiveness during text entry from the keyboard
  • Gorgeous Maclike unibody design
  • Mango brings tons of U.I. and performance improvements
  • Fast web surfing speeds
  • Seamless social media integration is better than ever
  • Now with multitasking
  • Above average battery life
  • The
  • Attractive
  • Well-made and affordable Windows Phone
  • Feels well-crafted
  • Bright screen
  • Windows Phone 7
  • 5 (Mango) OS is smooth as silk
  • Stylish
  • All-white aluminum design
  • Windows Phone Mango is clean and easy to use
  • Crisp display
  • Clear display
  • Responsive touch screen
  • Intuitive manual
  • Good construction
  • Good camera
  • Solid battery life
  • Excellent app integration
  • Top-notch build quality
  • Feature-packed camera...

The editors didn't like

  • Specs are last generation
  • Videos are rather dull looking
  • Immature OS with limited app support
  • Dull pictures
  • Sealed battery (the HTC Titan's is removable)Limited storageHit-or-miss software customization
  • Apps are slow to open
  • Battery life won't carry you through the day
  • Tiny amount of storage that can't be supplemented
  • Ugly
  • Speaker sounds like the cry of a banshee at higher volumes
  • No MicroSD slot
  • Mediocre camera
  • Limited storage for serious music folks
  • Battery not user replaceable
  • What's
  • Not really 4G
  • Mediocre reception
  • No Wi-Fi calling like with other T-Mobile smartphones
  • Nonremovable battery
  • Limited storage
  • Relatively hard to read on
  • Can't remove casing or battery
  • A bit big and heavy
  • Call audio hiss
  • Nonreplaceable battery
  • Illfitting rear cover
  • Shortage of apps
  • No card slotLook and Feel...
  • No access to the battery
  • No support for external storage
  • No Flash support
  • Windows Phone is available in a fair number of handsets now
  • And is settling down as a smartphone operating system
  • Having had a significant set of software updates and tweaks in
  • Few noteworth differences between this and the HTC 7 Trophy

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  Published: 2015-03-18, Author: The , review by: goodhousekeeping.com

  • Clear display, Responsive touch screen, Intuitive manual
  • Relatively hard to read on, Can't remove casing or battery, A bit big and heavy

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  Published: 2012-03-14, Author: Helena , review by: chipchick.com

  • Gorgeous Maclike unibody design; mango brings tons of U.I. and performance improvements; fast web surfing speeds; seamless social media integration is better than ever; now with multitasking, above average battery life, The
  • No MicroSD slot; mediocre camera
  • We can't emphasize how much we love the HTC Radar 4G. Maybe it's a chick thing, because the guys on our team actually prefer the Nokia Lumia 800, but we are totally smitten with the HTC Radar 4G. It's just the right size, has got just the right curves...

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  Published: 2012-01-10, Author: Sandra , review by: zdnet.com

  • No access to the battery, No support for external storage, No Flash support, Windows Phone is available in a fair number of handsets now, and is settling down as a smartphone operating system, having had a significant set of software updates and tweaks in
  • If you're a Windows Phone fan seeking a relatively compact and solidly built handset, the HTC Radar could fit the bill. The optional dock may prove attractive, although that must be balanced by the inaccessible battery. We're still not convinced by the...

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  Published: 2011-12-23, Author: Sanjin , review by: fudzilla.com

  • The Radar is one of HTC's first smartphones with Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” OS. We're talking about upper midrange smartphone that offers many advanced features. HTC's Titan comes with a bigger screen and a better camera, but the Radar allowed for a good M...

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  Published: 2011-12-17, review by: cellphonequick.com

  • Premium build and construction, Smooth performance,
  • Specs are last generation, Videos are rather dull looking
  • The HTC Radar 4G isn’t the most advanced smartphone on the market, far from it. However, it shouldn’t be dismissed because of it. Sure, some will scoff the lack of a dual-core processor, a bigger screen, and support for faster 4G speeds, but HTC has, ...

 
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  Published: 2011-12-09, review by: cellphonequick.com

  • Smooth performance, Highquality construction, Good video recording quality,
  • Immature OS with limited app support, Dull pictures
  • The HTC Radar is designed for those that want to take advantage of the latest Mango features on a new phone from HTC without having to go for the massive HTC Titan. A faster processor, bigger storage capacity and the addition of Beats Audio would have...

 
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  Published: 2011-12-05, review by: mobiletechreview.com

  • Attractive, well-made and affordable Windows Phone, Attractive, well-made and affordable Windows Phone, Attractive, well-made and affordable Windows Phone, Attractive, well-made and affordable Windows Phone
  • Limited storage for serious music folks, battery not user replaceable, Limited storage for serious music folks, battery not user replaceable, Limited storage for serious music folks, battery not user replaceable, What's
  • The HTC Radar 4G looked pretty good for the $99 with contract price tag when it first came out. But the new Nokia Lumia 710 Windows Phone on T-Mobile gives it a serious run for the money, so be sure to look at the Lumia 710 as well. We like the Radar ...

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  Published: 2011-11-23, review by: phonedog.com

  • Abstract:  Aaron takes an in-depth look at the HTC Radar 4G , T-Mobile's first 4G Windows Phone and a nice mid-range smartphone option on the carrier. Radar 4G packs a 1 GHz Snapdragon CPU, 3.8-inch display, 5-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording capabiliti...

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  Published: 2011-11-22, review by: arstechnica.com

  • Beautifully designed body, Smooth OS performance despite middling specs, Touch screen looks good, renders text well, and has superior responsiveness during text entry from the keyboard
  • Apps are slow to open, Battery life won't carry you through the day, Tiny amount of storage that can't be supplemented, Ugly, Speaker sounds like the cry of a banshee at higher volumes

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  Published: 2011-11-18, review by: Digitaltrends.com

  • The HTC Radar is comfortable to hold, looks great, and has a solid camera for its class. We like it....

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