BGR has exclusively learned that HTC plans to unveil several upcoming Windows Phone Mango devices at the company’s upcoming event taking place on September 1st. While Android is HTC’s bread and butter of course, our source confirms that Microsoft’s latest Windows Phone OS, Mango, will be the star of the show this time around. We have heard HTC will specifically be unveiling the HTC Eternity, a Windows Phone with 3.7-inch display headed to AT&T, in addition to the HTC Omega, a 4.5-inch Mango phone that is headed to T-Mobile USA. We don’t have exact launch dates at the moment, but we’re told that they could come sooner than expected. HTC declined to comment.
As expected, HTC today announced its first two Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) smartphones - Titan and Radar. The Titan holds the dubious record of sporting the largest display on a Windows Phone smartphone - 4.7-inches - and is only 9.9 mm thin. It sports an 8.0 MP rear and a 1.3 MP front camera, 16GB of internal memory, 1.5GHz processor and 5.1 surround sound for videos. The Radar has a 3.8-inch display, 8GB of internal memory, an 8.0 MP rear and VGA front camera, 1GHz processor and 5.1 surround sound for videos. Both the smartphones will be available in October globally starting with Europe and Asia. Jump the break for the complete press release. More →
Say hello to HTC's first Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) smartphone, the Omega. PocketNow, which has snapped this press shot, claims it will be launched as the Radar during HTC's September 1 event in London. It follows the same design cue as the HTC Flyer and is likely to sport the same 1.5GHz single-core Snapdragon processor. Other speculated specs include 512 MB of RAM, 8.0 MP rear camera, a front camera of unknown resolution and a 3.8-inch SLCD display. HTC is also likely to announce another Windows Phone smartphone codenamed Eternity. Read