Early adopters are sure to be frustrated, but HTC's Titan II brings a new device to the Windows Phone platform, complete with a killer 16-megapixel camera. There's no word on pricing or availability just yet, but the giant will be coming to AT&T at some point, complete with 4G LTE connectivity. Spec-wise, the phone rocks a 1.5 GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.7-inch WVGA display, a front-facing camera, a larger 1,730 mAh battery, and Mango. The design is a bit more industrial, and resembles some of the company's legacy devices like the HTC Legend and European HTC Hero.
I like the design of the Titan II over the original (if that's even possible, because I liked the original also), and I'm eager to see how the 16-megapixel camera holds up in countless picture test scenarios. It's nice to see advancement, and the jump in megapixels is a welcome change from the usual specs we've seen on Windows Phones to date.
Have a look at the gallery, and give me a shout! Is this your next phone?