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Vmac39

Apr 12, 2012, 8:41 PM
over in the "AT&T Reaffirms Commitment to Updating Windows Phones" discussion:

Good to know

With ATT being the primary supporter of Windows Phone, I would hope that they wouldn't slack with updates. Although, I do understand wanting to wait to bundle updates into on rollout, rather than multi smaller updates that they have to take time to test each one.
Vmac39

Jan 9, 2012, 11:07 PM
over in the "Hands-On: HTC Titan II with LTE for AT&T" discussion:

HTC Greatness!

For those out there that are Android fanboys, this isn't necessarily new specs in your arena. But, for WP fanboys such as myself, its nice to finally see some hardware with top specs. I'm REALLY liking this phone. Very Happy
WiWavelength

Oct 20, 2011, 2:31 PM

specs missing W-CDMA 1900

The posted specs are missing W-CDMA 1900. The FCC OET documents corroborate that the Titan does indeed support W-CDMA 1900.

AT&T would not release a 3G handset lacking W-CDMA 1900, as AT&T has not deployed (or cannot deploy) W-CDMA 850 in many of its markets.

AJ
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jesus.odp

Nov 11, 2011, 12:44 PM

LTE??

So the Titan won't be LTE, just HSPA???? that's wack!
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Vmac39

Nov 10, 2011, 12:57 PM
over in the "HTC Titan Sets Sail for AT&T Nov. 20 for $199" discussion:

Over throw the Androlimpic gods!

Ok, well maybe not with his Titan but, it's certainly a nice phone. Just wish it had at least 32gigs. This is my only major gripe with the new windows phone. Expandable memory would be nice. Hell, I've been running my WP7-7.5 with expanded memory side I've had it and no issues. I only was able to get my hands on the 16gig SanDisk micro SD, though. Now, they have done away with expandable slots all together.:S

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casualsuede

Sep 6, 2011, 11:10 PM
over in the "Hands-On: HTC Titan and Radar WP7 Mango Phones" discussion:

So having actually used this software....

It is a great operating system and it has potential....just not to tech enthusiasts.

Let's just call WP 7.5 for what it is. IT is a OS for first time smart-phone users or the casual smart-phone user or the business user who doesn't want a blackberry.

The Pros:

I like the integration between FB, Twitter, LinkedIn and the contact list. The "people hub" is the best contact list out there for me. It gives me a lot of depth on each contact. I can write directly on their wall, I can send a mass communication to multiple contact points. I can even great a group and make a secondary people with all the information with a small group of people.

The Me Hub also let's me post to my social networks with one touch, as well as do check i...
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rpgarcia74

Sep 6, 2011, 12:11 AM
over in the "Hands-On: HTC Titan and Radar WP7 Mango Phones" discussion:

A Manicure Would be Nice

Nice phones but all I kept looking at was this guys crusty finger tips. In addition to reviewing phones, do you dip your hands in battery acid to from time to time?

But pretty sweet phones though.
deanwoof

Sep 1, 2011, 7:21 PM
over in the "Hands-On: HTC Titan and Radar WP7 Mango Phones" discussion:

Still nobody wants it

I remember being in the retail stores and WP7 was bashed. Then MS kept assuring us "wait for mango, wait for mango" Well, mango is here, and people still won't sell this thing. WP is just missing "it" - there's no buzz, no excitement, NO WOW FACTOR.
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larrygw

Sep 3, 2011, 12:31 PM
over in the "Hands-On: HTC Titan and Radar WP7 Mango Phones" discussion:

4G

I can't believe it's not 4G!
 
 
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