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HTC's pair of impending Windows Phone handsets have gone on sale in the UK ahead of time.

The HTC Radar and Titan - the company's first push into WinPho 7.5 Mango - both went on sale this weekend at Phones 4U after the retailer received their stock a little early.

HTC Titan and Radar Windows Phone 7.5 smartphones

The HTC Titan features a 4.7in display and an 8Mp camera, drawing on the power of a 1.5GHz processor.

The HTC Radar on the other hand, packs a 3.8in touchscreen, 5Mp cam and runs from a 1GHz processor.

The Radar can be picked up from Phones 4U on a £23.50 monthly Orange contract, while the Titan will set punters back £30 per month.

Meanwhile, UK retailer Clove has the handsets down with a launch date of 7 October. The Radar is priced Sim-free at £342, while the Titan rocks in at £498. ®

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