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.
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.