Last year, HTC had released two Windows Phone 7 devices the HTC Titan and the HTC Radar. Now, the company is preparing to launch its next HTC Windows Phone dubbed the "HTC Radiant," according to Pockenow report.
The LTE-capable HTC Radiant case is reported to be similar to that of the HTC Titan but there are still a couple of differences between the Titan and the Radiant. First off, the top of the phone not only wears a fairly larger HTC branding but also what appears to be a bigger front facing camera lens. On the right side, the buttons are slightly shifted towards the bottom of the phone, especially in the case of the volume rockers.
The back side of the phone shows that the dual-LED flash has been moved to the right side of the camera compared to the Titan.
The unibody build has been also slightly changed: there's a curve to the aluminum above the camera and, according to our source, it has a non-removable battery and slightly different color.
According to Pocketnow, the specifications are standard Windows Phone configuration involving: a 1.5GHz CPU, 512MB of RAM, a WVGA 4.7-inch screen display, and because of the LTE capability, the 1,600mAh battery on the Titan.