The HTC Radar provides an affordable optionDec 8th, 2011 | By phoneslimited | Category: Telecommunications
The HTC Radar is compact at only 120 mm x 61 mm wide whilst being 10 mm thick and weighing in at 137 g. The handset is powered by a 1 GHz Scorpion processor coupled with the Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 Mango operating system. The unit provides an impressive menagerie of functionality, advanced technology and aesthetic appeal at a cost effective price.
The units 3.8 inch S-LCD display screen provides capacitive performance alongside touch screen capability. The screen can display an effective 16 million color combinations within a 480 x 800 pixel screen resolution, while also providing the benefits of accelerometer and proximity sensors. For navigation the handset includes an array of touch sensitive controls and offers multi touch functionality.
The units connection alternatives consist of GPRS and EDGE connectivity, as well as Bluetooth and Micro USB connectivity, while a handy GPS function offers satellite navigation which uses Bing maps and comes with A-GPS support, whilst the handset also offers Internet access through the 3G or Wi Fi connectivity options provided, granting the means to be able to access the internet at speeds of up to 14.4 Mbps.
The smartphone offers a wide array of extra functions and features which include a 5.0 megapixel camera, which also has the ability to record video, whilat the handset also comes with a stereo FM radio with RDS functionality and an MP4/MP3 multimedia player, which enables the consumer to download and listen to a wide range of file formats. The mobile phone also comes with an organiser, predictive text input as well as an array of Google related features and Facebook integration.
The HTC Radar White delivers an impressive and extensive range of functionality, included within an aesthetically captivating white colouring which delivers in every way.
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