HTC Has Revealed The "Radar": The First Windows Mobile 7.5 India

Having found a cheap Android smartphone last month, HTC has added another phone to its growing range of smartphones. Although this time she has left the Android operating system to the latest version of Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. The new mobile phone code named "HTC Radar" will be the first phone in India to run on the new mobile OS from Microsoft.

HTC Radar is a 3.8 inch S-LCD capacitive touch screen (480 × 800 pixels) and runs on Windows Phone OS 7.5 Mango. The new operating system has a lot of new features that we had written previously.

And 'powered by a Qualcomm 1GHz Snapdragon chipset MSM8255 Scorpion processor and has 512MB of RAM. Built-in storage device is 8GB, only 6.54GB is user accessible (although users will have 25 GB of cloud-based storage with Microsoft Sky Drive) ..

The handset has a 5 megapixel camera on the back (with F2.2 lens) sensor with LED flash and BSI (to better capture low light) that can record HD video at 720p. A front facing VGA camera is also provided on the device.

The mobile phone is designed from a single piece of metal and size of the unit is 120.5mm x 10.9mm x 61.5 mm and its weight is 137 grams. The unit has a battery 1520 mAh, which, according to the company will provide up to 10 hours talk time and 480 hours standby. The unit has an integrated GPS antenna, HTC locations and Bing Maps

Additionally, the device comes with a microUSB port and a stereo FM radio. For connectivity, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 3G. The unit should be somewhere around Rs 24.000 price considering the specifications offered. Although this is the HTC phone for the first time in India with Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango), could do a better job specifications.

HTC radar competitors in the Indian market include Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Torch BlackBerry 9860 and Samsung I9103 Galaxy R.

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