HTC has grabbed the headlines at CES with the unveiling of the Titan 2. Tech Radar reports that the new evolution of the Taiwanese manufacturer’s Titan smartphone will feature an astounding 16-megapixel camera complete with wide-angle lens and dual LED flash, a spec unheard of in previous smartphones.
Additionally, the handset will have full 4G LTE connectivity, making it a world first for a Windows Phone device.
The form factor of the Titan 2 remains almost identical to its predecessor, with the gargantuan 4.7-inch Super LCD touchscreen and familiar three-button set-up still in place.
Similarly, the innards reflect that of the original with a 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor and 720p HD video recording capability making a return. The handset is set to ship with Mango 7.5, which will of course mean Xbox Live integration and full Microsoft Office compatibility.
Some subtle differences have been noticed however, including a soft-touch grey backing and pocked texturing over the battery cover. A larger 1730 mAh battery is thought to have been introduced, probably in order to power both that astonishing camera and 4G.
Currently the phone is destined for the US via carrier AT&T with sources undecided as to whether the model will make it across to the UK