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Tuesday, March 6

HTC Titan II vs. Nokia's Lumia 900

So with At&t set to launch their WinPho7 LTE powered Lumia 900 and HTC Titan II on the same day (April 8th). They have just unwittingly started a rivalry between the two heavyweights.
Both phones are At&t's first LTE enabled WinPho7 phones, so there's a lot of significance in this rivalry.

So when you walk into that At&t store next month looking to decide which one of these power houses you would like to use, here's a quick comparison of both phones:

HTC Titan II

Lumia 900

Weigh in at 147g
Weighs in at 160g
4.7” Super LCD Capacitive touchscreen
4.3” CBD AMOLED Capacitive touchscreen
480x800 pixels, 199ppi pixel density
480x800 pixels, 217ppi pixel density
16MP camera, 4640x3480pixels
8MP Camera, 3264x2448pixels
HD Video recording @30fps
HD Video recording @30fps
Dual LED Flash
Dual LED Flash
1.5GHz Snapdragon CPU
1.4GHz Snapdragon CPU
512mb RAM, 16GB storage
512mb RAM, 16GB storage
Bing Maps
Nokia Maps Suite (Maps, Drive, Transport, City Lens)
Battery 1730mAh
Battery 1830mAh
Price $199 over 2yr contract
Price $99 over 2yr contract
No expansion microSD slot
No expansion microSD slot
Available in only Black
Available in Black, Cyan and White

 So When you walk into that At&t store, remember this:

While, the Titan II offers you a 16MP Camera on a whopping 4.7inch display (is this a phone or a mini-tablet) with a 1.5 GHz processor, is it really worth your $199 on a 2yr contract?

When you have the elegant Lumia 900, offering an 8MP Carl Zeiss Lens camera, on a decent 4.3inch Clear Black Display AMOLED screen, running on a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and this is the best part,. you get all this for $99 over a 2yr contract, oh and don't forget Nokia Maps featuring turn-by-turn navigation, live traffic updates and re-routing options.

Let the battle begin!

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  1. I think the bigger battery / smaller screen combination should produce much better battery life.