Windows Mobile Gambling on the Upcoming HTC Radiant
Jan 5, 2012
HTC Radiant is the latest Windows Phone OS powered device from the Taiwanese company soon to become available to mobile gamers.
HTC Radiant was first heard of when two LTE-capable phones were rumored to hit AT&T network soon. Now, fans of mobile casinos can check out a leaked image of the phone and some rumored specifications.
The HTC Radiant resembles the Titan, however the back panel is completely different: it consists of three parts and features a dual-LED slash next to the 3.5mm audio jack instead of a loudspeaker on the HTC Titan.
The new phone is rumored to treat Windows mobile casinos fans to a 4.7 inch screen, but with a higher than Titan’s WVGA resolution. The upcoming Tango update for Windows Phone OS will allow both LTE connectivity and a higher resolution option.
The HTC Radiant battery is thought to be non-removable. The word from Microsoft is that the company is awaiting power-efficient chipsets which are compatible with LTE.
Mobile casino games enthusiasts should know that these are all just rumors so far, but the phone is scheduled to launch during the upcoming CES (set to start this week). By then we will definitely have more information on the HTC Radiant and any other smartphone due to launch soon.