Taiwan's leading smartphone maker HTC on Wednesday unveiled its first mobile phones using Microsoft's much-anticipated software platform "Mango" after Apple launched its latest iPhone.
The two handsets -- "Titan" and "Radar" -- will become the first mobile phones launched by HTC to run on "Mango".
"Titan" will be equipped with a 4.7-inch touch screen and two cameras, including an 8.0 megapixel lense on the rear and a 1.3 megapixel front lense while "Radar" will carry a 3.8-inch screen and a 5.0 megapixel camera.
"Titan" is scheduled to hit the local market late this month and "Radar" next month, with a price tag of Tw$18,900 ($619.67) and Tw$13,900 ($455.74) respectively.
Microsoft unveiled Mango in May, promising it will be available by year's end for free to existing Windows Phone 7 customers and will ship on new phones from Samsung, LG and HTC and new partners Acer, Fujitsu and ZTE.
Mango-powered phones are facing competition from Apple's iPhone4S and the cellphones running Google's Android software.
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