The aptly named Titan II is HTC's upgraded version of the Titan, and is the manufacturer's first 4G LTE Windows Phone.
Similar to its predecessor, the Titan II is a hefty device, but runs on a faster AT&T network and has a bigger camera that went from 8-megapixels to 16-megapixels.
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Shipping with Mango
The Titan II has a WVGA super-LCD touch screen that measures 4.7 inches, runs on a Qualcomm 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S2 processor, and is equipped with Windows 7.5 Mango.
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A camera boost
The Titan II's 16-megapixel camera shoots 720p HD video and includes autofocus capabilities, dual-LED flash, and an f/2.6 28mm wide-angle lens.
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Just don't call it big boned
Like its older brother, the Titan II is fairly hefty, but has a polished look and feel.
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All you need is a handful
Weighing 5.2 ounces, the Titan II may be a good fit for those who have a large grasp (or don't mind developing one).
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Glossin' and flossin'
The Titan II front-facing 1.3 megapixel camera that shoots video as well.
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An HTC still life
An indoor shot using the Titan II's 16 megapixel camera. Photos shot on the Titan II have been resized but not retouched.
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Greetings from Las Vegas
An outdoor shot with the Titan II's camera.
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A light-bathed shot of CNET UK's Marc Ganley.
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Light and shadow, the breadcrumb texture of the ball, and graininess of the sauce were all spot on.
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For this shot, I crouched close to an outdoor plant, taken in even lighting. The focus and sharp edges looked great on the laptop screen, too. This photo was cropped, but not resized.
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All together now
The same shot, but resized.
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Harsh light is always a challenge. It didn't seem to flummox the HTC Titan II camera's focus, though colors were predictably affected.
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The first lesson is, never take a self-portrait with a front-facing camera; it's always unflattering (this is my sacrifice to you, people!) Notice how the color ranges from gray to pink and back to gray? It's not the highest quality, but it'll suffice.