Rated 3.6 out of 5 based off 51 ratings

Brand HTC
Model Name C110E
Wireless Carrier Unlocked
Operating System Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 Mango
Cellular Technology 3G, 2G
Memory Storage Capacity 8 GB
Connectivity Technology Wi-Fi
Color Gray
Screen Size 3.8 Inches
Wireless network technology GSM
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  • 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 3G Network HSDPA 900 / 2100
  • DISPLAY Type S-LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors Size 480 x 800 pixels, 3.8 inches (~246 ppi pixel density) - Gorilla Glass display - Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate - Proximity sensor for auto turn-off - Gyroscope sensor - Multi-touch input method
  • CAMERA Primary 5 MP, 2560?1920 pixels, autofocus, LED flash Features Geo-tagging Video Yes, 720p@30fps Secondary Yes, VGA
  • OS Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 Mango CPU 1 GHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 205 GPU, Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon chipset
  • Radio Stereo FM radio with RDS


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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. 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. One-for-all sharing 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. Unmissable entertainment 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.

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5.0 out of 5 stars

Awesome Iphone Alternative
Reviewed in the United States ?? on October 6, 2012

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I purchased this phone through Amazon as an alternative option to purchasing it for retail price at a Tmobile store. If not for an aggressive price point, I wouldn't have purchased this phone. Also, I received the tmobile version of this phone. The phone even works with 4g and has the tmobile badging.

I replaced my Samsung Exhibit II with this phone. My android phone was continually lagging, overheating and crashing on me. I feel this is a hardware/driver issue and not Andriod OS issue. However, I do feel that there is a lot less bloat on the Windows OS on the HTC. Also, the app store was an easy transition for all my needs. The OS integrated into my Facebook, gmail, google calendar accounts. A neat feature is local scout. Local scout gives you categories such as restaurants that will inform you of all the local events pertaining to the selected category. This phone however is not as superior as google maps in android, but it works well. The only feature I can think that I use that google maps offered that MS maps app did not offer is to avoid toll roads and high ways. I used this feature frequently because I own two-scooters that I enjoy riding on occasion and avoiding toll roads when I'm in my car. The OS on this device is fairly intuitive with a slight learning curb. The OS also seems well polished and it runs very fluidly/smoothly.

The build quality of this HTC phone is top notch. It has gorilla glass from my understanding. The body is white plastic (high quality feeling) on aluminum.

The battery life for this phone is excellent in regards to talk time (I can probably get 7-8 hours of talk time). The standby time is only about three days with minimal use. This is better than the Samsung Exhibit II I had sold over ebay.

This phone uses a regular SIM card in contrast to the new micro SIM cards. I originally purchased a Lumia 710 offering a micro SIM card, but was not happy at all with the very poor plastic build quality. I returned it to Amazon immediately. I'm glad because I met two other people with this phone that were very displeased with it.

The front facing images on the phone are touch (capacitive) and not buttons. I do not like using push button on a touch phone. The lock/unlock, volume rocker and camera hard-buttons are acceptions and actually are preferred; but not for interacting and navigating within the phone with its touch interface.

The sound quality is very good and gets to be pretty loud. The speaker phone is mediocre. The speaker phone gets workably loud (does not work well in a car with road noise etc), the microphone is sensitive enough for regular conversation. No one has complained yet about me using it now for two to three weeks. While the speaker for speakerphone is ok, the microphone works great.

The phone takes sharp picture and balances the lighting well.

The screen is high resolution and adequately bright in most conditions. However, the screen is not bright enough to overcome an afternoon backdrop of the sun and sky. Colors appear very vibrant.

I also like the "attentive phone" features allowing for me to turn the phone on its face to automatically activate the speakerphone, pocket mode increases the ring volume, flip to mute allows me to see who's calling and I can place it back on its face to mute the ringing, and quiet ring on pick up lowers the ring volume when I pick up the phone or remove it from my pocket (this feature does not conflict with the pocket/purse mode sensors/feature).

I'm extremely satisfied with this phone overall and wouldn't hesitate to purchase it again.
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4.0 out of 5 stars

HTC Radar - Top Notch
Reviewed in the United States ?? on May 24, 2012

Verified Purchase
The Radar, from HTC, is my first personal foray into the smart phone world. After seeing the usefulness of my wife's iPhone, I decided it was time to upgrade. Since we have the Walmart family plan (which is, incidentaly, carried over T-Mobile's network) I had to do some research. Price was a consideration, as well, since I would have to pay for the phone outright. Going in I expected it to be a choice between the iPhone and an Android phone. After reading about, and talking to people who have them, I ruled out an Android phone because of bugginess, instability, what have you. While looking, I started to explore the possibility of a Windows phone as a possible alternative to the iPhone. Shockingly, the new Windows Phone OS is very good and more "modern" than the other two. By modern, I mean that the behemoth that is Windows is taking some risks to move forward in design and functionality. iOS is iOS is iOS. Basil Hayden on the rocks. Smooth, comfortable, reliable. Android is the feral child. Linux, minus the security and stability that makes Linux so great. Thanks, Google. Finally there's Windows. The giant Evil Empire. This time, though, Windows seems to have really built a good product. It's fast, it's stable, it's intuitive. It takes a little getting used to, like a move from Windows on a PC to a Mac or Linux interface, but once you do, it's second nature. The biggest knock so far is the lack of apps. If you really need to find every last time and soul sucking game out there, Windows Phone doesn't have all of them. If you're looking for a phone that can actually help you be more productive then I see the Windows Phone as a viable option. With a number of games and apps, mind you, just not the hundreds of thousands in the Android and iPhone universe (yet). As for the phone itself, my price range was limited, as I stated. I needed an unlocked, preferably T-Mobile phone. This came down to a Nokia (700 series, I believe), and the Radar. After physically handling both I felt the HTC was the more durable feeling. After a few weeks I'm very happy with my purchase. My only small niggle is the limited storage at 8 GB. At my price point, though, I can live with it.
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