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Telstra officially confirms the first Windows Phone 4G device in Australia – HTC Titan II

Telstra officially confirms the first Windows Phone 4G device in Australia – HTC Titan II

WPDownUnder have just broken the news that Telstra have finally announced the HTC Titan II, Australia’s first 4G LTE phone, and the 3rd in Telstra’s steady looking 4G portfolio. This of course comes of weeks and weeks of rumors and leaks, but the time has finally come to announce it to the world. We think Nokia’s push to get their Lumia 900 flagship device out has warranted a qui... »

HTC Titan II heading for Australia in May, 16 megapixel camera in tow

HTC Titan II heading for Australia in May, 16 megapixel camera in tow

The original HTC Titan might have completely ignored Australia, but it seems this is not the case for it’s successor, the HTC Titan II, which is heading for our shores beginning May if we can go by the ‘leaked’ photos obtained by WPDownunder. And that’s good news for all you Windows Phone fans down under because the HTC Titan II bring’s with it a whopping 16 mega pixe... »

Nokia Lumia 900 versus HTC Titan II Spec’s Showdown

Nokia Lumia 900 versus HTC Titan II Spec’s Showdown

So the HTC Titan II and the Nokia Lumia 900 are two of the latest Windows Phones that were announced at CES 2012, and we decided to make a comparison table to see which phone was better in specs. These phones can both be considered Generation 2.5 phones, since Gen 2 phones were only announced late last year and in term’s of overall specs, they haven’t improved a whole lot (and they pro... »

HTC Titan II announced, Windows Phone with whopping 16 megapixel camera!

HTC Titan II announced, Windows Phone with whopping 16 megapixel camera!

HTC have just announced a massive device today at AT&T’s CES 2012 press conference, with some specs which should get you really excited for Windows Phones in 2012. The announcement was the HTC Titan II which is actually a refresh of the original HTC Titan which was only recently released in late 2011 so it’s surprising that they’ve kept on with the name but we’re not co... »