HTC's flagship Windows Phone, the HTC Titan II, will launch on the AT&T network on April 8, the carrier has revealed.
The LTE-enabled sequel will cost $199 on a two-year contract with AT&T.
Nokia is aggressively pushing its top Windows Phone handset, so HTC faces a fight to encourage customers to spend an extra $100.
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The same, but different...
The other key difference is the inclusion of a giant 16-megapixel camera sensor, which is the largest on any Windows Phone to date.
There's also a re-imagined camera interface, a backlit illuminated sensor and a low-light friendly aperture setting of F2.8, meaning the dual-flash camera should produce some better shots.
The device boasts a 1.5GHz chip (no dual core or quad core action here), 16GB of internal storage as featured on the original Titan.