The saying goes the bigger they are the harder they fall, sadly this shouldn’t be the case in regards to cell phones. WPSauce is reporting that the TITAN is having poor call quality because of its metal unibody construction. HTC support seems to agree that there is indeed an issue. Below is a quoted message that the writer of the WPSauce article received back from HTC support.
Dear Sushovan De,
Thank you for taking the time to contact HTC, Sushovan. We are sorry to hear that you are experiencing issues with the sound quality on your Titan. We will gladly assist you with this issue.
We are currently aware of this issue, where your voice sounds muffled to the caller, and we are investigating possible resolutions. At this time, we do not have an ETA as to when this issue will be resolved. To stay on top of updates for any of our devices, keep an eye on our official website and our official social media outlets(Facebook & Twitter). Once we have information regarding an update, it will be posted to these sites first.
We apologize for the inconvenience this has caused, Sushovan, and we appreciate your patience while we work to resolve this important issue for you and other Titan users. As always, we are here to answer any technical questions or concerns you may have between 6am to 1am EDST, 7 days a week for your convenience, or by phone at <number>
I haven’t had a chance to personally use the HTC TITAN and cannot confirm or deny these “antennae-gate” issues. Noticeably the TITAN II has a plastic back design that helps the the antennae have better signal. I will update this story if any other developments are found.