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Taiwan-based HTC Corp. unveiled Friday two new smartphones running Microsoft's next release of Windows software, Mango.

The company introduced the Titan and HTC Radar at consumer meet-ups in London, Paris, Madrid and Berlin and hoped for a good consumer review.

The HTC Titan comes with a 4.7-inch super LCD screen and a thickness of 9.9 mm. The device allows users to type quickly with a large virtual keyboard and store documents in the cloud with Microsoft's OneNote software.

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The Radar, on the other hand, features Microsoft's People Hub, which enables social network updates without switching applications or disrupting any kind of conversation flow.

HTC has a long-standing partnership with Microsoft, which has been bringing out a series of innovation Windows Phones, HTC CEO Peter Chou said in a statement. We have combined new features on Microsoft's latest operating system with HTC phones, making them more simple and more user-friendly.

The company confirmed that Both TITAN and Radar will go on sale in Europe and Asia from October this year.

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