Why does HTC always have to limit its customers to reach out and get the best. When we have devices that have 1GB RAM already out there with 1+ GHz processors, and Super AMOLED screens, why limit us to 512 MB RAM & an old SLCD.
I am a die hard HTC & WP Fan with 3 current devices and trust me with WP7 Mango running on my HD2, HTC guys give me a reason to buy the Titan. When I was reading abt the Eternity I was hoping we'd have atleast a 1GB RAM Chip under the next WP7 launch from HTC.
This however being a great upgrade device is a little disappointing!!!
Anonymous, 01 Sep 2011480 x 800 pixels not good for this sizeWP7 only allows WVGA (480 x 800) and HVGA (320 x 480).
Anonymous, 01 Sep 2011480 x 800 pixels not good for this sizeu hit the nail on the head on that one
eric4, 28 Aug 2011super amoled display technology is invented by Samsung.So?
This HTC Titan with a 4.7inch S-LCD screen is going to be a ripper of a mobile phone.
HTC, true to form appear to be sticking with a pidderling 1600mah battery to power the giant 4.7inch screen??
One can only hope this phone comes bundled with a spare battery or two.
Otherwise you're gunna have problems.
Angelos, 31 Jul 2011Still no SD availability? I have Samsung Galaxy SII and looking for a windows phone that will ... moresamsung would be coming with windows phone having S2 specs..... i too waiting for it.
HTC makes the same mistake over and over, if people would actually start buying from the competition instead of HTC, they might be forced to address the following problems in their current handsets, 1) 512 MB ram not enough these days, 2) Screen resolution too low for a 4.7, the competition is already moving to qHD, 3) instead of the SC-LCD move to LG`s Super Amoled plus beating new display technology !! ( One personal wish would be NFC implementation) with these 3 changes HTC would make a market conquering killa device.
Being over 6 foot, I've been waiting for large phones! If only this had android and a higher res screen...
This phone looks really nice. 4.7'' with 1.5 GHz! But it should have a higher resolution for that screen size. Hope it gets officially announced soon :)
HTC Eternity could be an IPhone and Galaxy SII killer but misses:
a) Internal memory capacity should be at least 64G
b) SD card...!
c) Battery is rather low for the huge 4.7 screen (which of course I love)
d) Full HD video
Pros: WP7, huge screen but why WP7 don't have a phone that could exceed the specs of Galaxy SII?
Still no SD availability? I have Samsung Galaxy SII and looking for a windows phone that will exceed in all specs Galaxy SII. May be I will have to wait for the Nokia answer...
Galaxy SII is fine but Kies really sucks!
I love this phone! 4.7" sounds perfect. Imagine how the Zune UI is going to look on this baby: album arts, artists' pictures, and more!
The only drawback is it not having an expansion memory slot. I don't know why Windows Phone devices can't seem to keep up with expansion memory slots with other Android devices.
I will like to see a nice kickstand, too! I'm going to wait for this baby when it comes out, but would love for HTC to really consider providing a kickstand and at least 32Gb expansion memory slot.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 is a nice competitor, but I want a good solid mobile OS and not have to worry about the tons of Android versions and updates.
WP7 Mango release will turn a lot of eyes towards its more than 500 upgrades. A major plus is having DNLA and other features too many to mention.
Mango release is a major, serious, update and those who waited will be very impress.
Another reason why I'm going to get this device is because I like HTC Hub. Getting instantaneous emails from my Live accounts, Facebook message, a powerful calendar that interfaces with MS Outlook, and using MS Office product are just a few of the benefits I'm looking forward to upgrading. I think this phone is a phone that anyone will be very happy for several years to come and it won't be obsolete in less than a year.
Another recommendation for HTC is to provide 1080p output via HDMI. I guess there will be some sort of USB/HDMI interface?
But in all, it's a good start and great beginning that WP7 will finally get some high-end phones.