HTC Radar

HTC Radar

The HTC Radar is the younger brother of the HTC Titan, a truly mammoth Windows Phone smart phone that rocks a 4.7-inch display. The Radar isn't quite so gigantic, but it's no less exciting, and could be a good deal cheaper. We've gone hands-on, so read onwards for our first impressions.

Design and feel

The Radar feels quite chunky, and it's definitely substantial too, feeling rather hefty in the hand. That's typical of HTC mobiles, and indeed it's fair to say HTC hasn't strayed from its established design formula -- the rear is a curved patchwork of metallic and rubberised textures, lending the Radar an industrial feel.

We're told the Radar will come in white, or in a more demure black. We were looking at the white version, which has silver trimmings, and we quite like it, though often we reckon the black editions of phones usually look a little classier.

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