Attractive, wellmade and affordable Windows Phone.
Feels well-crafted, Bright screen, Windows Phone 7,5 (Mango) OS is smooth as silk.
Premium build and construction, Smooth performance
Good construction, good camera, solid battery life
Limited storage for serious music folks, battery not user replaceable.
Not really 4G, Mediocre reception, No Wi-Fi calling like with other T-Mobile smartphones.
Specs are last generation, Videos are rather dull looking
Call audio hiss, nonreplaceable battery, illfitting rear cover
By itreviews.com on January 05, 2012
The HTC Radar is a solidly made handset, and it’s a good size for the hand and pocket. Although, without memory expansion and Flash support it feels hampered. There’s no particular standout feature to lure us in, while the Windows Phone OS...60
By MobileTechReview on December 05, 2011
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...70
By PC Mag on November 02, 2011
The HTC Radar 4G is a solid Windows Phone 7 device that could easily win some converts over from an Android or iOS handset....70
By Phone Arena on October 31, 2011
For a good while there now, there wasn't anything particularly interesting out of the Windows Phone camp, but thankfully enough, the HTC Radar 4G comes off as being a good starting point for the new crop of Mango devices. Rather than coming to the...75
By Pocketnow on October 31, 2011
When we first heard about the T-Mobile HTC Radar 4G, it sounded pretty disappointing. The paltry 8GB of storage space, a regular 1GHz processor, only a 5 megapixel camera, and a non-removable battery? If you call yourself a power user, you would...90
By MobileBurn on October 31, 2011
Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. The HTC Radar 4G is a great little Windows Phone smartphone. It features solid construction and good looks, both of which are mated to the very user-friendly Windows Phone 7.5 OS, with its gorgeous live...76
By T3 Magazine on October 01, 2011
Although small on changes, Mango has helped make Windows Phone much better, that said the OS is chronically undersupported by apps and although HTC's Hub tries to help it's still incredibly noticeable and has you yearning for the same apps found...60
By parentesis.com on December 04, 2012
Si quieres un teléfono que sea diferente a la gran mayoría tanto por su diseño como por la interfaz que utiliza, el HTC Radar seguro te va a agradar por su línea ultra delgada y su plataforma Windows...70
By TecnoZoom on January 27, 2012
Smartphone molto valido sotto tutti i punti di vista, lHTC Radar si contraddistingue per un design elegante, un display di elevata qualità, un parco fotografico abbastanza completo, connettività ad alti livelli e unautonomia davvero...80
By 01net on January 10, 2012
Le HTC Radar est un Windows phone de moyenne gamme fonctionnel, voire assez réussi, mais sans grande originalité. Ses performances sont honorables, avec quelques services HTC qui viennent agrémenter l’ensemble. Mais pour 449 euros,...60