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As suspected the HTC Public Event, held at various locations across Europe, is a Windows Phone Mango event. Our Rich Edmonds and Jay Bennett are at the London event and report that HTC is about mid-way through their keynote presentation.

Here's what we have learned so far.

The Radar (aka Omega) has a unibody design, 28mm camera lens with a f2.2 aperture, and is DLNA compatible. The Titan (aka Eternity) has a 4.7" screen and ultra-slim 9.9mm (.38 inches) body. Both are expected to be available in October.

We hope to get more pics and information on these two new Windows Phones shortly. Stay tuned.

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.

7 Comments
  • BGR already have "hands on" up!
  • i want eternity on verizon!
  • i'm so sold on the titan.i do wish it was an Al unibody though, but it seems solid enough.
  • "Aluminum unibody 9.9MM" http://wmpoweruser.com/htc-radar-only-has-a-5-megapixel-camera-1-ghz-pro...PowerPoint on the Titian.
  • From Engadget:"We ought to clarify that the software on both new devices was pre-release and still had bugs to be ironed out, so we can only focus on the hardware here."Shouldn't the phones at least run the RTM?
  • Haha, the Eternity looks huge....and i LOVE it! Time to start saving pennies so I can get this a week or so after launch. **gotta see a WPC/Engadget/BGR/Giz review first**
  • I know I'm in the minority here, but I'm liking the way the Radar looks. It's different. Bummer it's stuck with that 1GHz proc, though. :(