Their latest monster-smartphone offering is the Titan II, a handset which undoubtedly lives up to its name: sporting a 4.7 inch touchscreen, this pocket-busting handset dwarfs pretty much every other handset available on the market, with the exception of the Galaxy Note – which is essentially a paving slab with 3G and a stylus, so it doesn’t really count.
The Titan’s minimalist design is broken by the standard perfunctory jacks and ports; there is also a front-facing 1.3MP camera and whopping great 16MP snapper mounted on the rear.
Operationally, this Titan handset runs super smoothly thanks mainly to its beefy 1.5 GHz Snapdragon processor which chugs away beneath the bonnet. The handset ships with the latest version of Windows Phone (7.5) and comes preinstalled with a handful of goodies: a mobile version of Microsoft Office, PowerPoint and Excel are all present, for those who want to be just as productive away from the office as they are when sat at their desk.
The Titan II comes with 12GB of usable storage space; which I granted, isn’t an awfully large amount, but for the majority of people this should just about be enough. One drawback of Windows Phone OS it that it doesn’t allow for expandable storage, so vast collections of media may need juggling a bit to fit it all in.
Overall, this handset is a cracker, and for those who are thinking ‘I may sell my old phone and fancy an upgrade’ this is certainly a great option.