HTC Windows Phone

the HTC Radar is a more perfect blend of looks and functions.adopts a rounded look with a clever mix of white, non-glossy plastic on a predominantly aluminum chassis.the white plas­tic at the back gives it a rich feel.The clear demarcation of both volume and power buttons makes it easy to adjust the Radar's volume and put it to sleep. As the battery is non-removable, the SIM card slot is hiding behind the small removable panel at the bottom.The homescreen is divided into two, the first comprising big, colourful tiles. Hitting the arrow key pointing towards the right unveils the main menu.Microsoft's Mango update powers the Radar, and like all Windows Phone devices, the Radar won't see much customization from HTC, leaving the Windows Phone experience pretty much as how Microsoft intends., here a Windows Live ID is a must, specially for downloading applications from the Windows Marketplace. New to the Radar is HTC Watch, a movie rental and purchasing service that was shown during Mobile World Congress 2011.. Adding to the list is HTC Locations, which is essentially a retooled map app that utilizes Microsoft's Bing Maps.
Working in tandem with Mango is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz processor with 512MB of RAM. HTC Radar scores full marks on the mul­timedia front as well. The sound output is nice and videos looked crisp. It also has a 5 MP camera that captures good images.it has 8 GB inbuilt memory, of which only 6.54 is available for use, and it doesn't support expandable memory.If you're a heavy user, whether watching videos or constantly online (the Radar supports HSDPA speeds of up to 14.4Mbps), the 1520mAh battery lasted almost a full day.