AT&T Wireless is having a penny sale on several great smartphones. That includes the iPhone 4 (refurbished), Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone (refurbished), HTC Titan II Windows Phone (refurbished), the BlackBerry Bold 9900 (refurbished), LG Nitro HD, Pantech Flex (refurbished), Motorola Atrix 2, and HTC Vivid. Show More Summary
The HTC Titan II and Nokia Lumia 900 will get some new Windows Phone companions. (Credit: CNET) Windows Phone 8, the successor to its Windows Phone 7.5 Mango mobile operating system, will ship on handsets starting this fall, according...Show More Summary
The Nokia Lumia 900 (right) has a clearer, brighter, less reflective AMOLED display than the HTC Titan II's LCD (left), thanks in part to a clever bit of screen design. (Credit: Josh Miller/CNET) When Raymond Soneira compares smartphone...Show More Summary
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,...
(Credit: CNET) AT&T is making quite the name for itself as America's top Windows Phone promoter. However, with so many Windows phones out there, it's getting harder to tell which one you should get. Related stories Nokia Lumia 900 review HTC Titan II review Nokia Lumia 900 vs. Show More Summary
I've been spending some quality time with HTC's Titan II, and I would never call it a bad phone. But that's not the question — good, bad, fast, slow, ugly, beautiful... they don't matter unless I feel that I'd put down money and live my life with this device. Show More Summary
AT&T introduced its third Microsoft Windows Phone handset with LTE: The Samsung Focus 2 launches on May 20 for $49 with new two-year contract, which is priced lower than the $99 Lumia 900 and $199 HTC Titan II. At this price, the specifications aren't shabby.
The HTC Titan II is a symbol for an excellent partnership. I love HTC hardware and I love Windows Phone. It should be a match made in heaven, but unfortunately it's not. John and I sat down in the studio yesterday with the giant 4.7-inch hunk of glass and plastic, and we came away with pretty negative sentiments toward the device.
Matt and Kevin share hands on thoughts this week of the Toshiba excite10 LE tablet, HTC Titan II smartphone and Kindle Touch case with integrated light. Plus some discussion on the new $399 Galaxy Nexus that Google is selling directly to consumers.
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 other designs on store shelves. Show More Summary
The Nokia Lumia 900 seems to be getting all the attention, but HTC also launched their new Titan II and after using both I personally prefer the HTC Titan II.
If you recently picked up one of the new Windows Phones like the Nokia Lumia 900 or HTC Titan II, Facebook just gave you some good news. A new v…
The just released HTC Titan II 4G LTE Smartphone for AT&T is on sale today for just $149.99. This phone ordinarily costs $199.99 with a 2 year contract, but today you can get...
That’s the HTC Titan II standing tall in the new Telstra consumer catalogue — teased as Australia’s first 4G Windows Phone…and arguably the best Win Phone this side of a Nokia; complete with 16-megapixel camera and 4.7-inch (960×540) display. At the end of January, Telstra told Gizmodo that it plans to release “three or four” 4G smartphones by mid-April 2012. And in March...
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The Lumia 900 is grabbing converts from Apple and Android. (Credit: Josh Miller/CNET) Most people switching to the Lumia 900 or HTC Titan II Windows Phone handsets are moving from the iPhone and Android, at least according to a pollShow More Summary
The HTC Titan II is HTC’s first LTE Windows Phone, and one of just two LTE Windows Phones currently on the market. Debuting alongside the…
HTC takes another stab at the Titan with this 4G follow up called the Titan II. Aside from support for LTE, this smartphone sequel also adds a monster 16-megapixel camera. Is this a better option than the Nokia Lumia 900? Phone Scoop let's you know.