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HTC Titan Bringing Its Massive Display to AT&T Discussion

Discussion in 'Headline News' started by Ed Hardy, Sep 12, 2011.

  1. Ed Hardy

    Ed Hardy TabletPCReview Editor Staff Member

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  2. LandSurveyor

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    It will be interesting to see if these huge phones sell this time.

    I wonder how complete the PIMs are on WP.
  3. Hook

    Hook Hookette's edgy lately

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    You are kidding, right? :rolleyes: So far, doesn't even sync directly with Outlook.
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    I mean even if you reconcile yourself to the cloud.

    Even though I'm still rockin' XP in a world soon going to W8, I recognize that, at some point, my device is going to break down or become so obsolescent that it will become practically unusable. Then what?

    Probably some !@#@#$$%% cloud-based device where others own my data.

    Oh, and it won't have any buttons. I miss buttons already.

    I may have to furnish my cave with pads and pencils like JR.
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    Drillbit Mobile Deity

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    It also has an Android version, called Runnymede. I would have thought the name should have been Ganymede, since both Ganymede and Titan are large moons in the Solar System. (Runnymede is the name of a river in England).

    The 480x800 resolution of Titan and Runnymede on a 4.7" screen though, is a mistake. That's not what I would call an ideal resolution to screen size ratio. At 4.5 to 4.7" I would think it would have been better to just use qHD but Windows Phone 7 doesn't support that resolution unlike Android.

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