The HTC Titan, a Windows Phone handset with a massive 4.7-inch screen, will be arriving on AT&T November 20. Like most other Windows Phone phones, the Titan's processor is fast, but only has a single core, and its other specs trail behind similarly priced contemporary devices.
A 1.5GHz Scorpion processor, 512MB of RAM, and a Adreno 205 GPU make up the inside of the Titan. Though the phone's screen is pushing the dimensional limits of a pocket, the resolution is still 800x480. The 8-megapixel rear camera can capture 720p video, and is accompanied by a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera. The Titan will run Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, an OS that includes a form of pseudo-multitasking called "tombstoning".
The processor is fast, but the rest of the specs—RAM, video-recording resolution, screen—seem a bit lackluster, making us balk a bit at the $199 price tag. Still, if you want a giant phone running Windows, this is going to be the frontrunner. The phone is not yet available for preorders, but will be towering over the other handsets—literally—soon enough.