With dimension, specs and styling very similar to HTC’s Sensation XL, the point of interest for us with this phone is the software. The Titan is running Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) at the time of this review. Navigation around the OS is split between two areas. The first section we encounter when we unlock the phone is two columns of dynamic live tiles. These represent a feature or application that we can access by tapping and each can be moved or deleted by a longer press. Navigation through the area is achieved by swiping up and down. Navigation is very responsive and the tiles remain animated even when moving. A right to left swipe accesses the list of the phones applications; this can also be achieved by tapping an arrow at the top right corner of our screen. In a similar style to Android, notifications appear at the top of the screen and our "home" button is the Windows logo. Next to the Windows button is the magnifying glass which launches Bing search and the left arrow takes us back a screen.
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