Earlier this month, when AT&T officially announced the HTC Titan II, it didn’t say when exactly the handset would be available for purchase.
Now BGR is reporting that the Titan II will probably be released by AT&T on March 18 for $199.99 on contract. The new smartphone features Windows Phone Mango, LTE connectivity, a 4.7 inch WVGA display, 1.5GHz single-core processor, and an impressive (at least theoretically) 16MP rear camera with wide-angle lens.
The HTC Titan II and the Nokia Lumia 900 (which will likely be out in March, too) will be AT&T’s first LTE-enabled Windows Phone handsets.
Windows Phone aside, BGR is also reporting that AT&T will launch a so-called Sony Crystal tablet for $409.99. The tablet will allegedly have HSPA+, but no LTE. For the moment, it’s not clear if this is a brand new tablet, or just a renamed Sony S2 (AT&T officially announced the S2 back in July and we haven’t heard about it ever since).
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