It's been a long time coming — and hardly a secret — but Telstra's confirmed that it'll be selling its first 4G Windows Phone 7 handset — and only its third 4G handset overall — from next Tuesday. The Titan 4G will be available on $79/month business or consumer plans. It's going to sit in an interesting position, given many Windows Phone fans were very keen on the competing Nokia Lumia 900 — but the model we're getting won't be 4G LTE compatible, and the Titan 4G will narrowly beat it to market as well. Would that be enough to tilt your buying preference one way or the other? [Telstra]
Telstra Finally Makes The Titan 4G Official
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