All white aluminum design.
Windows Phone Mango is clean and easy to use.
Sleek and fluid UI.
Excellent Facebook integration.
Great build quality.
Excellent app integration.
Top-notch build quality.
Comprehensive instant messaging and social network integration from WP 7.5.
Above average imaging quality under lowlight conditions.
Can't share files over Bluetooth.
No mass storage mode.
Lack of memory card slot.
Shortage of apps.
Need more apps from Windows Phone Marketplace.
Immature OS with limited app support.
Few noteworth differences between this and the HTC 7 Trophy.
By AsiaOne on March 12, 2012
THE HTC Radar is the successor to the now discontinued HTC Trophy which was actually a very powerful Windows 7 when launched. It was expensive but powerful.HTC has replaced it with the more contemporary looking Radar minus and plus a few features.Made...100
By ZDNet UK on January 10, 2012
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...65
By FoneArena on December 15, 2011
The HTC Radar does not have the latest specifications , nor does it have a massive screen but what it offers is a cohesive experience. The hardware fits wonderfully in the hand and the OS is a joy to use.Over all , we were quite in love with the...-
By Fudzilla on December 02, 2011
HTC Radar is among the first smartphones with Windows Phone 7.5 operative system and is already available on the market. You can find Radar priced at about €300 or €1 on a two year contract for €20 monthly via a telco. Today...-
By ThinkDigit on November 30, 2011
HTC Radar has elegant aesthetics, sturdy build, a responsive user interface and great camera response. Call quality was top notch and we did not experience any dropped calls. WP7.5 has an evidently improved user experience. The handset has everything...70
By GSMArena on November 30, 2011
So, users of the HTC 7 Trophy can look at the Radar in disbelief all they want. Yes, it’s the same phone they’ve been having for a year now. The Radar won’t stare back at them. Although, it’s got a few things to show: unibody,...-
By Ars Technica on November 22, 2011
The HTC Radar on T-Mobile is an entry-level Windows Phone handset that doesn't sound so great on paper, with middling internals and battery life, but its performance is better than mere numbers would suggest. While it has some concrete drawbacks, it...-
By Digital Trends on November 18, 2011
The HTC Radar is comfortable to hold, looks great, and has a solid camera for its class. We like...75
By IT PRO on November 18, 2011
Limited storage capacity may limit its appeal and the camera could be better, but those aren’t major complaints for a smartphone at this cheaper end of the market and the HTC Radar is otherwise a good-value Windows Phone 7 device....83
By Wired UK on November 17, 2011
The debut of Windows Phone 7.5 Mango is decent, though certainly not overwhelming, with a host of welcome updates but little "must-have". It looks lovely though, and the HTC Radar is a good, solid vehicle for it -- if you like the look of Windows...60