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  1. TheAsbo's Avatar
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    I'm using T-Mobile and I would really like a Windows Phone device. I know the Radar will be coming to T-Mobile, but I would prefer to to have the 16GB space of the HTC Titan and the higher clocked processor. Does anyone have any idea if the HTC Titan will be on T-Mobile's network at any point?
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    Dunno. But I'd sure like to see that bad boy on Verizon. Hope you get your wish!
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    Probably not. At least not in the same form. If it did go to T-mobile it would be changed in design aspects or even somewhat in performance aspects from the AT&T version. I have yet to see the same exact phone release on the big four carriers. Even with the GSII, there were differences in screen size and even the T-Mobile version didn't have the same processor. Also, I haven't seen the FCC filing but lately both AT&T and T-Mobile have been releasing phones with extra radio waves to make sure they are compatible with the other because of the merger that has yet to happen. That is most likely your best bet for getting the Titan. OR, you can buy it unlocked a few months from now for a lot of money.

    On the bright side, T-Mobile has a long history with Nokia so you can probably get whatever device they release.
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    Anyone get the HTC watch app?

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    Is there any word on this phone's release date? I'm getting antsy over here! :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by wp7pwns View Post
    Probably not. At least not in the same form. If it did go to T-mobile it would be changed in design aspects or even somewhat in performance aspects from the AT&T version. I have yet to see the same exact phone release on the big four carriers. Even with the GSII, there were differences in screen size and even the T-Mobile version didn't have the same processor. Also, I haven't seen the FCC filing but lately both AT&T and T-Mobile have been releasing phones with extra radio waves to make sure they are compatible with the other because of the merger that has yet to happen. That is most likely your best bet for getting the Titan. OR, you can buy it unlocked a few months from now for a lot of money.

    On the bright side, T-Mobile has a long history with Nokia so you can probably get whatever device they release.
    Equally bright side, Tmo has a long history with HTC, they're best buds, so you should see good hardware from them.
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    I'm waaay past antsy! I'm WP7less right now, and I'm dying for a new phone. I was about to post a thread to see if anyone has seen any type of release date for this phone!
    Quote Originally Posted by Ambient85 View Post
    Is there any word on this phone's release date? I'm getting antsy over here! :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1jaxstate1 View Post
    I'm waaay past antsy! I'm WP7less right now, and I'm dying for a new phone. I was about to post a thread to see if anyone has seen any type of release date for this phone!
    Haha, totally with you on that. I'm using an Android loaner phone atm since my iPhone 4 died, but I really like Mango and want some WP7 in my life.

    Last time I heard, it was supposed to be within a couple of weeks. I think the US is supposed to see it launch before EU, but I don't remember. EU launch is set for, I THINK, October 15th.
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    That time frame would be great. I actually had a Focus w/Mango, that I smashed up by mistake. I got a Palm Pre Plus as a replacement. After seeing all the new apps, I'm eager to get back in the WP7 saddle. But I don't want old hardware if I'm going to spend money.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ambient85 View Post
    Haha, totally with you on that. I'm using an Android loaner phone atm since my iPhone 4 died, but I really like Mango and want some WP7 in my life.

    Last time I heard, it was supposed to be within a couple of weeks. I think the US is supposed to see it launch before EU, but I don't remember. EU launch is set for, I THINK, October 15th.
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    So, i'm not to sure about things. Both the Titan and the Radar are Quad-band

    does this mean that either can get 3G on AT&T and T-Mobile(USA)??
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    If it's unlocked, both will work on Edge for both networks, but only the 3G band is for AT&T.


    3G bands for AT&T 850/1900MHz
    3G bands for Tmobile 1700Mhz
    Last edited by 1jaxstate1; 10-04-2011 at 09:42 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wp7pwns View Post
    Probably not. At least not in the same form. If it did go to T-mobile it would be changed in design aspects or even somewhat in performance aspects from the AT&T version. I have yet to see the same exact phone release on the big four carriers. Even with the GSII, there were differences in screen size and even the T-Mobile version didn't have the same processor. Also, I haven't seen the FCC filing but lately both AT&T and T-Mobile have been releasing phones with extra radio waves to make sure they are compatible with the other because of the merger that has yet to happen. That is most likely your best bet for getting the Titan. OR, you can buy it unlocked a few months from now for a lot of money.

    On the bright side, T-Mobile has a long history with Nokia so you can probably get whatever device they release.
    HTC made the HD7 for T-Mobile and the HD7s for AT&T. It's always possible they will do something similar here. I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
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    Unlikely. T-mobile has already announced their one Windows Phone for the holidays. If it ever does get a version of the Titan, it will be 9 months later and no one will be excited.
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    You can just get the Titan, unlocked, and use it for Edge. I've done this for an Tmobile phone, that I wanted to use on AT&T. I'm around WiFi 90% of the time. A lot of my friends have iPhone on Tmobile, and they don't have any problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharksandwich View Post
    HTC made the HD7 for T-Mobile and the HD7s for AT&T. It's always possible they will do something similar here. I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
    I was about to say you got me, HOWEVER they are different phones! The HD7 has a TFT display while the HD7S has a SUPER LCD display. There is a pretty big difference! So, my argument that there is yet to be two phones that are exactly the same on multiple carriers has yet to be proven. Lol.

    EDIT: So, in that case then T-Mobile may be lucky enough to get an HTC Titan with HTC's first AMOLED screen :D.

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