HTC Radiant – allegedly one of the world’s first Windows Phone devices to feature LTE connectivity – has appeared in a photo earlier today, allowing us to see that it looks a lot like the HTC Titan.
Reportedly headed to AT&T sometime later this quarter, the Radiant has the same massive 4.7 inch display as the Titan (most likely with the same WVGA resolution). Its back has a different design, though, but there’s still a camera with dual LED flash there.
Alongside the HTC Radiant, AT&T should also introduce the Nokia Ace and the Samsung Mandel. All three new LTE Windows Phone handsets could be officially announced at CES 2012 next week. We’ll obviously let you know if this happens.
AT&T is already selling the HTC Titan, asking $199 for it (on contract).
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