HTC introduces the Radar with a whole lot of new features at a mid-range entry point running on Windows Phone 7.5. The Radar is not one of the thinnest phones out there but the features and applications available with it make up for that. The 3.8-inch touchscreen dominates the front of the smartphone that has an excellent display for quality and functionality thanks to the sensors on board. A 5-megapixel camera with a single LED flash and a front camera for video calling comes with this handset. The camera is similar to that found on the HTC 7 Trophy.
The HTC Radar comes with 8GB of internal storage but no micro SD card slot which is a shame. Nevertheless the storage on board will allow users to save a substantial amount of data including photos, videos, music and applications.
Data connectivity is very fast thanks to the HSDPA and Wi-Fi available with the smartphone and comes with Facebook integration keeping users in touch with others at a touch of a button.
With a stereo FM radio, music player, Bing maps and HTC locations, the Radar has a lot to offer with the terms simplicity and productivity that come to mind.