5 MP, 2560%u04451920 pixels, autofocus, LED flash camera
480 x 800 pixels, 3.8 inches display
8GB storage, 512 MB RAM
The HTC Radar is the intuitive phone that keeps it all on your radar and lets you get real-time close…with everything. Crafted from a single piece of metal, it offers a premium design. With People Hub, pull together your contacts and social networks into one place, so you can easily follow them and stay connected. The lively 5 megapixel camera with an F2.2 lens, LED Flash and BSI Sensor lets you capture life’s memorable moments to share instantly with your friends.
Premium design, crafted from a single piece of metal
Crafted from a single piece of polished metal, the HTC Radar feels solid in your hands. The design just speaks premium. And comfortably stands out from the crowd. With its great looks and solid feel, the HTC Radar makes the right impression, on you, your friends and your colleagues.
Easily connect and share real-time
The HTC Radar intuitively keeps you in touch with your social network with keeping people at the center. The HTC Radar has Windows Phone “Threads” that let you easily switch between Facebook chat, text, and Windows Live Messenger and never miss a pulse with your world. And with “Live” Tiles, your phone really comes alive. Get the latest sports scores or continuous updates to your flight without having to open an application.
Capture memorable moments in low lighting
When you’re always on the go, sometimes the best moments in life happen when the lights are down. And you need a camera that will capture those moments. With its F2.2 lens, LED Flash and BSI sensor, the HTC Radar gives you clearer photos so you can always capture that perfect moment even in low lighting conditions.
All you need to know about the HTC Radar
A design that makes you look good
The HTC Radar offers a premium design. Crafted from a single piece of polished metal, the phone just feels great in your hands and is built to last. The HTC Radar is that friend who will always be there for you. It’ll make the right impression on you and everyone around you.
Perfect photos in any condition
The HTC Radar offers a 5 megapixel camera with an F2.2 lens and BSI sensor and gives you an experience beyond what you’d expect from a phone. You’re always active so no matter the circumstance, you’ll always get a high-quality photo to share real-time with your social network.
The HTC Radar fits seamlessly with your life and keeps you in touch with your social network. With Windows Phone “Threads” you can easily switch between Facebook chat, text, and Windows Live Messenger and never miss a beat with your world. And the “Me” tile keeps you one-step close to Facebook check-ins and your friends’ updates on your wall. Also, People Hub pulls together your contacts and social networks into one place, so you can easily follow them and stay connected.
The intuitive HTC Radar knows you will be bored at times, too. The phone has amazing entertainment features that ensure your journeys will fly by. With HTC Watch you can enjoy Hollywood blockbusters at your fingertips. The HTC Radar gives you instant access to millions of tunes at your fingertips with Zune. And you’ll always be in the game with Xbox LIVE built in right on your phone!
**HTC mobile originally come with 1 year warranty but you can get 1 more year additional warranty for FREE within Malaysia. Just register your HTC mobile phone here at https://www.sis.com.my/siswarranty/.
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