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HTC Titan II Review

HTC Titan II Review
News from Chip Chick:

Just half a year ago, HTC released the Titan Windows Phone. And now they recently released a second generation of the phone, the Titan II, which has seen some really nice improvements. Alas, Windows Phone has yet another 4G LTE phone to welcome into the fold! The Titan II lives up to the Titan name by sporting a 4.7″ display, a whopping 16 Megapixel camera, and a battery that can live up to high demands.

Design

It’s not called the “Titan” for nothing. The Titan II is a large phone, and it’s best complemented by a large hand. The profile of the phone is actually quite thin (13 mm), and it has some ultra-smooth curves. While it’s a mondo-phone, it’s actually really comfortable in-hand. It has some heft, but it’s not “heavy,” weighing in at 6 ounces. The curves are even more attractive than the Titan I, and this model also has a curved chin, similar to the Galaxy Nexus or Nexus S. HTC has always been an all-star when it comes to design.

Unlike the Titan I, there is no removable battery. This was probably so that HTC could incorporate a larger battery. There is a small panel on the back of the phone that slides off for acce…………… continues on Chip Chick

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