At the beginning of this month, Taiwanese mobile phone maker HTC Corporation announced the launch of two new smartphones, both running under Microsoft's Windows Phone Mango platform, namely the HTC TITAN and the HTC Radar, and it seems that the latter is set to arrive in the United States via T-Mobile soon.
Nothing has been announced on this until now, yet the smartphone was already spotted into the wild with the Magenta logo all over it, and with mentions of 4G connectivity capabilities packed inside it.
The guys over at TmoNews came up with a series of photos with the new mobile phone, one of which supposedly confirms the fact that it will be called HTC Radar 4G.
Certainly, this comes as no surprise, since T-Mobile already has various devices available for purchase with support for its 4G network, and since they already launched other HTC handsets as 4G smartphones.
However, since nothing has been confirmed on this for the time being, there is no telling on when the new device might become available for purchase at T-Mobile.
Info on the price tag it might feature hasn't emerged either, yet the mobile phone should not be too expensive, considering that it is expected to land on shelves in other markets at an affordable price tag.
With the landing of HTC Radar 4G at T-Mobile, both of the new Mango smartphones from HTC will be launched in the United States, given the fact that AT&T already unveiled plans to bring the HTC TITAN to its network.
A better taste of HTC Radar 4G for T-Mobile is available on TmoNews here, courtesy of the aforementioned photos with the new device, which show its boot screen, the about screen, and some other parts of the menu as well.
Those who would like to learn more on the HTC Radar should have a look at our hands-on with the device, from the IFA 2011 show in Berlin in early September.