I had the old HTC Tytan II for few years (and Tytan for brief time), for that time they were great phones, in fact those units were much more stable than any droid I've tried so far, zero crashes or stability issues. Hopefully the new Titan will be just as reliable/stable as well.
I don't know how Android and WP handle multi-core. I know on the desktop, for most things single core = multi core. I can't tell the difference between my 6 core Thuban and 2 core Callisto. Not a big deal on the desktop but on the phone, everything I can't use shouldn't be there because of battery life.
Makes me wonder how long would you use it between charge, 5 hours? Anybody remember when you won't have to charge your phone for at least two days or a week? I would be very much interested to this phone if it comes with solar charger and a lithium vanadium battery plus o-led display as a bonus, otherwise, its just another gadget that get push over in the next 6 months.
That Titan is sexy from every possible angle- I like it. By the way- it used to be the Evo 4G, what is now the best Android phone out there. There are so many that it's hard to see which is the best of the best.
How boring. Only thing HTC can compete is big ass screens and CPUs. The rest of the packet is garbage. Don't expect any support to your old HTC phones. They are making new models monthly like from an assembly line.