Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has showcased the HTC Titan II Windows Phone smartphone at the International Consumer Electronics Show.
The device, the successor to the HTC Titan, one of the first WP7 devices to be launched, comes with a 4.7 inch display and a 16MP camera, the highest in any smartphone till date. It was earlier rumoured that HTC had a device with 16MP camera. The device was called Radiant at that time.
It is only the Sony Xperia Ion which gives the Titan II the closest competition in terms of camera, offering 12MP.
The HTC Titan II, running on the latest version of Windows Phone operating system, will be offered on AT&T's network and will come with support for 4G LTE.
HTC has fitted the device with a 1.5 GHz processor and a 1.3 MP front facing camera for video conferencing. Although the 16GB storage and external design of the device is same as the HTC Titan, the Titan II has a larger 1,730mAh battery pack for a longer talk time.
AT&T and HTC failed to give the pricing details nor did they said when the device will launched, only saying that it will be coming in the next few months.