HTC Titan coming to AT&T November 20

If you are a Windows Phone 7 fan but have been waiting to get the massive HTC Titan here in the United States, the wait will soon be over. AT&T has announced that the wireless carrier will have the Titan available for sale on November 20. Pricing for the smartphone will be $199.99 with a new two year contract. That's a pretty reasonable price considering how big the Titan is.

In fact, HTC has released a video with well known actor and comedian Jim Gaffigan talking about how the 4.7 inch touch screen on the HTC Titan is bigger than his TV at home. The phone also has 512 MB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage, a 1.5 GHz single core processor, an eight megapixel camera and more. You can still check out our review of the HTC Titan for yourselves to get the full breakdown.

The launch of the HTC Titan is the latest Windows Phone-based devices that will be made available here in the US, following the launch earlier this month of the HTC Radar from T-Mobile and this week's release of the Samsung Focus Flash and Focus S smartphones for AT&T. Nokia's Lumia 710 and Lumia 800 phones will be launched in Europe later in November but they will not make it stateside until sometime in 2012.

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when everyone else was focusing on single core phones before, the WP7 team should have been thinking ahead to quad core so they could be ahead of the curve. now it seems like they will be behind a bit.

800x480, 512MB Ram, single core. 4,7".
Except Screen, everyone agree that this hardware is from a year ago?

For sure, this phone will be free with 2-year contract before christmas.

Pepeda said,
800x480, 512MB Ram, single core. 4,7".
Except Screen, everyone agree that this hardware is from a year ago?

For sure, this phone will be free with 2-year contract before christmas.

You people are truly mind-blowing... If you need a dual-core every second of everyday, something is wrong and you need a life. Go get one. And by the time you get one, dual-core Windows Phones will be out.

coming to AT&T?

*crying badly* ... why do US always get the good stuff... at least for this time round, having HTC Titan and Samsung Focus S...

Singapore only having a pathetic HTC Radar... why i say pathetic is because i a holding a HTC HD7 currently... ARGHHHH

wow a 4.7 inch screen and just a single core processor. I don't think it's worth it to buy this phone. It seems like they just slapped a 4.7 inch screen on older technology.

Sionic Ion said,
It's just a big piece of poo. Low PPI, bad design... My Focus S beats it to the curve!

Agreed, WP7 hardware is so far behind the curve compared to the iPhone 4S, Galaxy SII, Galaxy Nexus, Droid Bionic...

Sionic Ion said,
It's just a big piece of poo. Low PPI, bad design... My Focus S beats it to the curve!

It has a higher PPI than the TV I have at home.

daniel_rh said,
I really want a Focus S, but it's so expensive right now, almost 800$ for the unlocked version >_<

Some here with the focus S. I can't understand why anyone want the HTC Titan when the resolution is going to be really bad on a 4.7 inch screen.

KingCrimson said,

Agreed, WP7 hardware is so far behind the curve compared to the iPhone 4S, Galaxy SII, Galaxy Nexus, Droid Bionic...

Dude how about you take all those phones, run a benchmark on them for a couple hours, and then while there still testing, shove them up your ass, maybe the dual-core power will transfer to your brain. Maybe it'll give you a clue that none of those phones run an OS that actually supports multi-core functionality and they were just hacked up to support it. They still have much less smoother animations when scrolling and pinch to zooming compared to WP7. So GTFO.