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There is evidence that at least some smartphones based on Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system are selling better than expected, including back orders for some of the devices.
AT&T has announced that the HTC Titan, the massive 4.7 inch smartphone running Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system, will be available on the wireless carrier on November 20.