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HTC Titan and HTC Radar
Photo: Company [Sep 5, 2011]

HTC has hosted a series of consumer meet-ups in London, Paris, Madrid and Berlin to unveil its new HTC Titan and HTC Radar with Windows Phone.

The HTC Titan features a large 4.7 inch display, which the company claims is its largest phone screen ever wrapped in an ultra-thin 9.9mm aluminum case.

Both HTC Titan and HTC Radar include a dedicated hardware camera button which enables users to capture images without unlocking the phone while the f/2.2 aperture lens and back-illuminated sensor provide improved low-light performance, said HTC, adding that the devices can shoot HD (720p) videos.

The HTC Titan and HTC Radar will be available from October 2011 globally, beginning in Europe and Asia.

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