• AT&T Titan
76
Based on 50 scores, 78 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    6
  • Good:
    24
  • Average:
    14
  • Bad:
    6

Pros:

  • Massive screen is great for video, Solid construction, Fast.
  • Big and bright display with wide viewing angles; Sturdy and elegant design; Smooth performance; Good battery life; Useful camera settings
  • Huge and lovely display, excellent build quality.

Cons:

  • Muted voice quality, Low-res screen, Still needs more apps, Not 4G.
  • Design too large for some; Sluggish "4G" speeds; Takes fuzzy photos in low light; Poor video call quality with Tango

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on -

The HTC Titan is one of the most exciting Windows Phone 7 handsets yet, raising the bar for the platform once more. With its 1.5GHz processor, 4.7 inch display, and fancy new camera, the Titan shows off HTC's prowess as one of the leading smartphone...

By TechSmart.co.za on -

The Titan’s Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) interface may be instantly familiar to Android users. However, the phone is significantly different in a very interesting way, namely, its compliance to the US MIL-STD-810g military standard. The shock...

By Smarthouse on 60

The Titan 4G is a towering grey giant, defined by a 4.7 inch screen that has a 480x800 resolution. At 147 grams it's a heavy smartphone, and that's without the traditional slide-out QWERTY keyboard found on its forefathers.In terms of design,...

By Channel News Australia on 60

HTC?s Titan has nabbed headlines for its 4G modem and 16MP camera, but this is one smartphone that isn?t an overachiever, and that?s in part to Windows? domineering OS.The Titan 4G is a towering grey giant, defined by a 4.7 inch screen that has a...

By CNET Australia on 75

The Titan 4G lives up to its name in many respects, and offers the same clean, fast Windows Phone experience we've become accustomed to. It's also held back by the same Windows...

By Good Gear Guide on 70

The first 4G-capable Windows Phone in Australia is predictably slick, easy to use and provides excellent data speeds provided you're in a Telstra 4G coverage zone. However, limited internal memory with no expansion and a chunky, thick design will...

By HardwareHeaven on 90

Starting, as always, with build quality and design the HTC Titan is solidly made with an aluminium back plate and responsive buttons which feel built to last. The screen offers excellent levels of clarity with great viewing angles and the hardware...

By PC Mag on 70

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....

By Ars Technica on -

The HTC Titan is big for a smartphone, heavy and solid with a 4.7-inch screen, just under 10 millimeters thick. The back is rounded plastic, which feels fine to hold, though there's no rubbery texture to help your grip. There's a small button on...

By LaptopMag on 70

The HTC Titan sports a huge, high-quality display along with snappy Windows Phone performance, but its sheer size will turn off...

By MobileTechReview on 80

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...

By PC Advisor on 70

The HTC Titan puts Windows Phone 7.5 into an enormous chassis, and the big screen has its advantages. However, there’s no Flash or external memory support, and the operating system lacks some key features found on other handsets here....

By Gizmodo on -

A four-point-se-ven-inch smartphone. It sounds grotesque. It sounds like a distended, bloated mess of plastic and pixels, the Tsar Bomba of the bigger-is-better smartphone era. But the HTC Titan is wonderful. Why It Matters Windows Phone has been an...

By Wired UK on 70

The HTC Titan's outsize casing takes up a lot of pocket space and won't be for everyone, but the latest Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS is gorgeous to look at and fun to use. The huge screen looks good, though it could have been great with a higher...

By Phone Arena on 75

Collectively, second-generation Windows Phones are in limited supply as of right now, but thankfully the HTC Titan is here to get things rolling for the fledging mobile platform. Showcasing its larger than life presence, thanks to its unbelievably...

By Tracy and Matt's Blog on -

Overall I thoroughly enjoyed my time with the HTC Titan: I loved the screen, Mango is a well needed update which does what it says on the tin and the hardware quality is fantastic but there still isn't that "want" factor with the Titan that other...

By BrightHub on 60

So, to sum up the HTC Titan, let me say this-- as a WP7 phone, the Titan is one of the best so far. But as a smartphone, it falls somewhere into the average category, when compared with...

By ZDNet UK on 75

The HTC Titan runs Windows Phone 7.5 and, apart from HTC's added apps, delivers the same OS as experience that you get on Nokia's Lumia 800 or any other Windows Phone 7.5 device. The fast 1.5GHz processor is welcome, and the 8-megapixel camera...

By GSMArena on -

HTC don’t need to prove anything to anyone when it comes to Windows smartphones. They’ve just come a full circle from the TyTN II to the Titan. There have been enough opportunities for them to demonstrate their commitment. From PocketPC to...

By V3.co.uk on 80

A premium Windows Phone device with a large screen that makes it great for things like watching films, editing documents and web browsing, but some might find it too big for day-to-day...