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Testseek.com have collected 159 expert reviews of the HTC Titan and the average rating is 76%. Scroll down and see all reviews for HTC Titan.
Award: Recommended October 2011
October 2011
 
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The editors liked

  • Superb screen and robust build
  • Snappy performance
  • WP7.5 gets all the basics right
  • Windows Phone was born for the big screen—it looks absolutely gorgeous inside a giant frame. If you inflate Android to these measurements
  • It's a cluttered mess. You're just making room for more widgets. Ditto for iOS—all you're adding are more rows of ap
  • Large screen
  • Great battery life
  • Solid construction
  • Solid camera
  • Camera captures a great level of detail
  • Battery can easily last through a day
  • A real 800x480 display
  • Not PenTile. Text is readable
  • Pixels aren't countable
  • Removable back gives access to battery and SIM slot
  • An increasingly rare feature
  • Battery is removable
  • Excellent large display
  • Great performance
  • Excellent build quality
  • If u have big hands / fingers – this is the phone for you
  • Great camera
  • The
  • Big and bright display with wide viewing angles
  • Sturdy and elegant design
  • Smooth performance
  • Good battery life
  • Useful camera settings
  • Huge screen
  • Thin form factor
  • Snappy processor
  • Massive screen is great for video. Solid construction. Fast.
  • Excellent touch-screen and keyboard
  • Modern and full-featured email interface
  • Social networking is built right in
  • Great build quality
  • Good camera
  • Innovative and intuitive OS
  • Good screen for movies ...
  • Huge and lovely display
  • Solid industrial design
  • Vivid 4.7” display
  • Overall responsive performance
  • Spacious onscreen keyboard
  • Big display is a good match for this OS Touchscreen keyboard makes typing painlessBuild quality is almost perfectBrilliant camera for both stills and video

The editors didn't like

  • Low pixel density
  • Size makes for awkward handling
  • Marketplace lacks the app diversity of iOS and Android
  • That screen girth doesn't run on fairy dust—big display means big battery suckage
  • And the Titan can't defeat physics here. You'll find yourself charging the thing daily with regular use. The camera also leaves you wanting images worthy of the screen they
  • While size is manageable some my find it too large. The micro-usb port on the side may also present issues with car mounts. The buttons could be larger but its not a deal breaker. Occasional graphic skips with some games is also present
  • Body is big and heavy with buttons that are too low-profile with little tactile feedback
  • Call quality is rough
  • Ugly
  • Windows Phone transitions place a ceiling on how quickly you can get around the phone
  • Still awkward in places
  • No MicroSD card slot
  • Device's size might be too big for some hands
  • Bland design
  • Device is a bit on the hefty side
  • Design too large for some
  • Sluggish "4G" speeds
  • Takes fuzzy photos in low light
  • Poor video call quality with Tango
  • Screen resolution lower than we'd like
  • Large overall size
  • No expandable storage
  • Muted voice quality. Low-res screen. Still needs more apps. Not 4G
  • Lack of apps on Windows Marketplace
  • Bing Maps lacks pedestrian directions
  • 4.7-inch screen may be too large for someLook and Feel...
  • Call quality is just OK
  • 200 ppi screen
  • Muddy looking 720p videos
  • Usable storage maxes out at 12.6GBWP 7.5 still has a few bugs and a shortage of apps

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  Published: 2012-10-16, review by: cellphonequick.com

  • Superb screen and robust build, Snappy performance, WP7.5 gets all the basics right,
  • Low pixel density, Size makes for awkward handling, Marketplace lacks the app diversity of iOS and Android
  • For the Titan, I can definitely recommend the handset with 100% certainty, however I can’t say that this handset is better than anything else on the market so you will have to make up your mind if you pick the Titan, the iPhone or an Android phone bec...

 
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  Published: 2012-07-02, Author: Helena , review by: chipchick.com

  • Battery is removable; excellent large display; great performance; excellent build quality; if u have big hands / fingers – this is the phone for you; great camera, The
  • No MicroSD card slot; device's size might be too big for some hands; bland design; device is a bit on the hefty side

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  Published: 2012-02-02, Author: Sanjin , review by: fudzilla.com

  • The Titan is one of HTC's first smartphones with Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” OS. We're talking about high end smartphone that offers many advanced features. HTC's Titan sports a big screen which allowed for a good Mango experience, and overal good user expe...

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  Published: 2012-01-23, Author: Jamie , review by: pcmag.com

  • Massive screen is great for video. Solid construction. Fast.
  • Muted voice quality. Low-res screen. Still needs more apps. Not 4G
  • The HTC Titan is one of the best Windows Phone 7.5 devices out there, but at this size and price, we'd like to see a higher-res screen and LTE....

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  Published: 2011-12-15, review by: arstechnica.com

  • Camera captures a great level of detail, Battery can easily last through a day, A real 800x480 display, not PenTile. Text is readable, pixels aren't countable, Removable back gives access to battery and SIM slot, an increasingly rare feature
  • Body is big and heavy with buttons that are too low-profile with little tactile feedback, Call quality is rough, Ugly, Windows Phone transitions place a ceiling on how quickly you can get around the phone, still awkward in places

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  Published: 2011-12-13, Author: Mark , review by: Laptopmag.com

  • Big and bright display with wide viewing angles, Sturdy and elegant design, Smooth performance, Good battery life, Useful camera settings
  • Design too large for some, Sluggish "4G" speeds, Takes fuzzy photos in low light, Poor video call quality with Tango
  • The HTC Titan sports a huge, high-quality display along with snappy Windows Phone performance, but its sheer size will turn off some.

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

  • Huge and lovely display, excellent build quality, Huge and lovely display, excellent build quality, Huge and lovely display, excellent build quality, Huge and lovely display, excellent build quality
  • Call quality is just OK, Call quality is just OK, Call quality is just OK, Call quality is just OK
  • The HTC Titan and the Nokia Lumia 800 (not yet available in the US), are our two top picks for second generation high end Windows Phones. While the Lumia is extremely ergonomic and attractive in that Euro-chic way, the HTC speaks to those who want the...

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  Published: 2011-12-12, Author: Noah , review by: technobuffalo.com

  • Abstract:  Not so long ago I could be found singing a sad song about the newfound trend towards enormous cell phone screens. “Why a 4.3-inch display? How could that make a better day?” I'd croon. “A 4.5-inch screen? That's just crazy, you know what I mean?” I'd harm...

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  Published: 2011-12-07, review by: phonedog.com

  • Abstract:  Aaron takes a look at the HTC Titan , and as the name sounds, it's the Big Papa of Windows Phones. Specifications include a 1.5 GHz single-core Snapdragon CPU, 4.7-inch Super LCD (huge!), 8-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, 1,600 mAh battery,...

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  Published: 2011-12-06, Author: Sam , review by: gizmodo.com

  • Windows Phone was born for the big screen—it looks absolutely gorgeous inside a giant frame. If you inflate Android to these measurements, it's a cluttered mess. You're just making room for more widgets. Ditto for iOS—all you're adding are more rows of ap
  • That screen girth doesn't run on fairy dust—big display means big battery suckage, and the Titan can't defeat physics here. You'll find yourself charging the thing daily with regular use. The camera also leaves you wanting images worthy of the screen they
  • If youre not afraid to have something 4.7 inches in your pants, yes. If you want the most visually pleasing birthing of the most visually pleasing smartphone UI out there, yes. If you want something more compact and battery-conscious—and thats OK!—proba...

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