Our last video from IFA concludes with the high point (for Windows phone 7 at least) of the event â€“ HTCâ€™s stand and the HTC Titan and HTC Radar being demoed.
HTCâ€™s stand was a lot busier that Microsoftâ€™s and actually showed off HTCâ€™s new handsets, the HTC Titan and Radar. In real life the HTC Radar does not look that bad, but could really do without the chin. The HTC Titan is of course the star of the show, and interestingly, according the rep, comes with text reflowing â€“ a mistake I suspect.
The HTC custom apps include Dock Mode, Location (HTC Footprints) , Connected Media (their DLNA app) and interestingly the HTC Radar comes with Internet Sharing enabled by default.
The HTC Radar will retail for 399 Euro and the HTC Titan for 610 Euro and will be available in Germany in early October.