Of course, the Titan being an international GSM based phone, has no 4G capabilities, but the HSDPA frequencies of 850, 900 and 2100 should get you close. I was able to achieve download speeds of 1 MB/s and upload speeds of 5 MB/s, so all in all good enough for any Xbox Live tasks you may wish to complete. Calling is handled via the 2G frequencies of 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 and while Bluetooth is handled by and I kid you not--version 2.1, the most up to date Bluetooth version is version 4, while 90 percent of new smartphones use Bluetooth version 3. So sweeping the prehistoric Bluetooth incident under the rug, we have Wi-Fi (802.11 b,g,n and DLNA) and microUSB 2.0 to round off the local connectivity suite.
The phone runs on a single core 1 GHz Scorpion processor, with an Adreno 205 GPU for graphics and the Qualcomm MSM8255 chipset. It handles the demands of WP7 (Windows Phone 7) without any issues. Any problems or bugs you encounter are the result of a premature OS, nothing to do with the processor. So, remember the lack of microSD card slot? That's because you have to make do with 16 GB of internal memory, of which only 12 GB is available to the user.
The 8 MP autofocus camera is thankfully, wonderful. With a 28 mm wide-angle lens and back-side illuminated (BSI) sensor, pictures turn out colorful, bright and truthfully represented. You can fit in a much wider scene that comes out beautifully lit, that's basically what the above specs mean. You have various modes and scenes to play around with, and the camera fires up in less than a second, it's faster than the HTC Sensation's camera. The phone unlocks while simultaneously launching the camera app if you simply press the shutter button.
The camcorder can record 720p HD videos, in stereo sound with the LED acting as a shooting light. You can toggle the contrast, saturation, sharpness, white balance and exposure before shooting videos. You can also add image effects. Images turn out clear and with plenty of detail, almost no pixelation and it doesn't get fazed by quick turns, so all in all it's a pretty good camcorder.
The Music+Videos Tile houses Music, Video, Podcasts, Radio and Marketplace. You cannot watch videos in any other format other than MP4, but the built in Zune desktop converter handles and converts the various media files for you. You can watch 720p HD videos without a problem and play most music files (MP3,WAV,WMA and eAAC+) without a hitch. The radio is local FM only and requires the plugging in of your earphones, no online radio stations here. Also Zune syncs and works on a Mac without any problems.
The Marketplace, that's like Microsoft's App store, has about 40,000 apps to offer, a majority of them free. On the actual phone you'll find a YouTube link, not an actual app. Document viewer/editor (MS Office), voice memo, predictive text input, Bing search and Maps, GPS, Digital Compass and Xbox Live.