Initially known as HTC Radiant, the HTC Titan II was announced by AT&T earlier this month at CES 2012 as the world’s first Windows Phone handset to feature a 16MP camera.
While the second largest US mobile carrier didn’t say when exactly the Titan II would become available, we’ve heard that it could happen on March 18. Until then, the smartphone first needed to be approved by the FCC – and, well, this happened yesterday. Unsurprisingly, the FCC has approved the new Titan to play nice with AT&T’s LTE network.
Besides LTE and a 16MP rear camera, the Titan II runs Windows Phone Mango, and features a 4.7 inch WVGA Super LCD screen, 1.5GHz single-core Qualcomm processor, 1.3MP front-facing camera, 512MB of RAM, and 16GB of internal memory. The new handset should cost $199.99 on contract.
Another LTE Windows Phone device that AT&T will launch is the Nokia Lumia 900. Reportedly, this will also be released on March 18, for only $99.99 on contract.
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