In addition to the release date and price leaks of both the Nokia Lumia 900 and the Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T, BGR’s roadmap has also revealed the possible release date and pricing of one of Ma Bell’s upcoming Windows Phone devices, the HTC Titan II. The 4G LTE-powered device is currently slated to be out on March 18th, the same day as the Lumia 900, and it will cost $199.99 with a new two-year contract.
The Titan II was one of the many devices that AT&T announced back at CES 2012 and in the time that we spent with it, we came away fairly impressed. Of course, we’ll have to reserve our final thoughts for the full review but it looks like AT&T definitely has an attractive device on the way.
So, what kinds of features will the Titan II offer over the original HTC Titan?
One is obviously the 4G LTE data speeds. The Titan II will also support HSPA+ where LTE is not available. AT&T currently has its LTE network live in a mere 25 markets.
The Titan II also has a larger 1730 mAh battery, which will help with the 4G LTE battery drain, and it also has received some upgrades in the camera department. In addition to the 1.3MP camera up front, it also boasts a 16MP camera with an impressive f/2.6 wide angle lens and dual LED flash.
Its design also has a slight curve, which is a tad different than the original.
The Titan II sports the same massive 4.7-inch display as the original and it also houses a 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S2 processor.
So, if you’re in the market for a Windows Phone on AT&T not called the Lumia 900, the HTC Titan II might just be your best bet.