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“Teenager with This Phone for 2years”

Written on: 27/01/2013 by justdoingwhatido (1 review written)

This phone amazed me I first got it because of the look. I wanted something sleek/fancy and this caught my eye, and the price was good. I don't regret getting this! I dropped it quite a few time and it still manages to work like new. Only has a dent at the top and some scratches, but my case covers all that(bought from amazon). The WP marketplace can improve, but I'm happy with what I have. The camera is exceptionally good for someone who likes taking pictures. My favorite thing about this… Read Full Review

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HTC Radar

As more mobile phone users get accustomed to highly technical and sophisticated handsets, phone companies are continually challenged to come up with bigger, better and more fun phones to capture a considerable slice of the market. Always at the forefront of things, HTC has come up with just what everyone needed - a sophisticated-looking phone crammed with just the right amount of technology to make it catch your attention and hold it. We are talking about the HTC Radar smartphone.

Seen to eventually replace HTC 7 Mozart and Trophy, this mid-range phone showcases some exciting features. Utilising Windows 7, it offers a 3.8 inch screen that allows you to maximise the whole area at the front. Style and design are a bit muted as the handset colours range from silver, grey and white. Its comfortable weight on your palm lets you know that you have a no-nonsense phone, good on the grip.

Most users from Engadget had given their thumbs up to its screen resolution which was crisp, vibrant and rich. Images from the main camera were not bad either. Great quality photos were produced using the default 5 MPl camera even when used in shady or dimly-lit areas. The front-facing camera didn’t fare well but that is to be expected as with most dual-camera phones around. Alongside these, HTC Radar also comes equipped with Dolby Mobile and SRS sound enhancement, Wi-Fi-ready connectivity, built-in GPS, Facebook integration technology and HTC Hub as well as HTC applications to name a few.

Although the HTC Radar may not be as attractive at first glance as other phones offering high-end features, most consumers claim to have been smitten by it. It may not have the expandable storage, Flash or Silverlight support nor does it have DivX that disappointed users lamented about, still, the HTC Radar makes for a sensible medium-range phone that grows on you. With its understated beauty and effective functionality, the HTC Radar truly is a good choice.