The Titan from HTC comes into the market weighing in at 165 grams and stands taller and wider than the older HTC phone models. This leaner and stronger looking phone still manages to provide everything that phone users are looking for when it comes to giving 100% customer satisfaction without the need to sacrifice anything inside. When the HTC Titan flexes its muscle it definitely goes off to grandstand. How you ask? Well the HTC Titan joins the fracas with doubled ROM, a longer battery life, built-in Wi-Fi together with a 2 megapixel camera and a Bluetooth that can connect to virtually anything.
There are a few applications and features that makes the HTC Titan worthy of being called a mobile phone titan. The mobile phone has built up its specifications to give stuff like messaging a significant boost. Sending out messages to people using the Titan has been one of the biggest features for the phone. The Titan has been given a quick message key in the form of the envelope icon. To make it more accessible this quick message key is placed in the top left corner of the phone, just under the phones LCD screen. This messaging button isnt just limited to sending emails as the button can also be used to send out messages such as SMS (Short Message Service) and MMS or Multimedia Message Service.
When the HTC Titan is used as a PDA, the phone can run software like Microsoft Mobile Outlook and similar office based mobile phone programs. When users go and configure their Exchange Direct Push Technology, they will find that its also a breeze using that particular program. There are no delays when it comes to receiving or even sending out emails. Email styles that the phone can use and work with includes SMTP/POP3/IMAP4. For the more trendy users, the HTC Titan will still cater to more update stuff including Skype, Google Talk and even Yahoo Messenger.
The phone goes and focuses on the apps war or applications war as well. The Titan can work with applications such as Windows Media Player 10 Mobile together with Microsoft Office app that lets you use and open documents that are usually attached to emails. For the Media Player Mobiles part, the app will let HTC Titan owners view a wide range of media files including wmv, asf, 3gp, avi, MP4 and 3g2. Audio files that are compatible with the media application includes mp3, mid, amr, gcp and m4a.
Overall the HTC Titan is a good phone for people who mean business rather than the ones looking for adventure and fun on the road. It might not be open to open-sourced products and software but the things that can be downloaded into the phone works brilliantly and flawlessly.
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