LTE data speeds make downloads superfast.
Great picture taking capabilities.
4G LTE support.
Great voice quality.
Windows Phone 7,5 is fun to use and works well.
Excellent 16MP camera.
Huge display in a not so huge phone.
Lots of photo enhancement options.
Screen resolution could be better.
Windows Phone 7 still lacks crucial apps.
Too big for its own good.
Middling battery life.
Design is elegant but not original.
Slight lag at times.
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
So, as we said, the HTC Titan II could have been awesome. Unfortunately for it, Nokia's Lumia 900 is serious...-
By GSMArena on May 02, 2012
Like we've already told you, the HTC Titan II and Nokia Lumia 900 have practically identical CPU and chipset specifications. The Titan II has a slightly higher, 1.5GHz clock speed of its Scorpion core, and it shows in the trio of benchmarks...-
By Dev Hardware on May 01, 2012
TOOLS YOU CAN USE advertisementTo help you decide whether or not the HTC Titan II for AT&T is a smartphone worth purchasing, this review will take a closer look at its design, features, and performance.The HTC Titan II offers plenty of reasons for...-
By Pocket-lint on May 01, 2012
Should you buy it instead of the Nokia Lumia 900? Sadly for HTC, it's still playing second fiddle here to Microsoft's now preferred partner, and that's a shame....80
By techcrunch.com on April 27, 2012
Mobile The Titan II is yet another success for the hardware team over at HTC. It feels excellent in the hand, even if it’s huge, has a nice balanced weight to it, and the little chin at the bottom gives it some extra pizazz when lined up against...-
By GSMArena on April 26, 2012
The HTC Titan II offers arguably the best hardware, found in a Windows Phone smartphone. Its 16MP camera unit and LTE network connectivity might even sway a few users away from devices, running on competing platforms. After all, Microsoft has been...-
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on April 18, 2012
With its excellent camera, the HTC Titan 2 is the perfect phone for mobile shutterbugs--provided that your hands are big enough to hold the phone comfortably....70
By Phone Arena on April 17, 2012
As we reach the end of our comparison, the last piece to the puzzle that stands in the way of proclaiming a winner is pricing. Admittedly, it’s hard not to like the $99.99 on-contract price attached to the Nokia Lumia 900. In fact, it’s the main...-
By Pocketnow on April 17, 2012
If you're a huge fan of HTC, large 4.7 inch screens with lower pixel densities, LTE, the Windows Phone operating system, and want bragging rights with a 16 megapixel camera, then the Titan II might be worth the extra money. If it was the same price...80
By MobileBurn on April 16, 2012
Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. The latest Windows Phone smartphone from HTC, the Titan II, is the successor to the HTC Titan that was released for AT&T just last November. While the majority of the features on the Titan II are the same as...78