Yesterday, during IFA 2011, HTC announced its first Windows Phone Mango devices: the Titan and the Radar.
While the Taiwanese company didn’t unveil the handsets’ prices in the official press release, an HTC rep confirmed to us the following: the HTC Titan (which comes with a 4.7 inch display, 1.5GHz processor, and 8MP rear camera) will cost €609 (about $878). The smaller (and whiter) HTC Radar will be cheaper: only €399 ($568). These prices are for the German market, and include VAT.
It’s said that both new HTC smartphones will hit the shelves across Europe starting October 1 (no word yet on what carriers will offer them). We’ll post hands-on videos of the two devices later today.
Other companies that should launch Windows Phone Mango handsets in October are Nokia, Samsung, LG, Acer and ZTE.
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