AT&T at its Developer Summit has just confirmed the first-ever LTE-equipped Windows Phones. HTC‘s Titan II adds the much faster 4G speeds as well as a virtually record-setting 16-megapixel camera. The resolution is twice as much as on the original Titan and only has peers in just-launched Japanese phones.
Few details are available, but it’s expected to keep the 4.7-inch screen and 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor.
Although not showing the work directly, Nokia
CEO Stephen Elop confirmed that the company would be unveiling a 4G LTE-based Windows Phone
at its own CES
event later on Monday. It’s expected to be the Ace, an American version of the upcoming Lumia 900. Most leaks have had it carrying a 4.3-inch screen and a possible metallic design.
Both the Titan II and Ace are expected early this year.