That's not to say the Radar 4G has no issues. With only 8 GB of storage (effectively 6.7 GB after the Operating System grabs some space), it could be seen as being a bit on the small side. With lower specs all round, including the processor, will this be an issue? MIllar doesn't think so, but there are caveats:
Even though the Radar 4G has a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, it still flies like all the other existing devices upgraded to WP 7.5 (Mango) so I am not concerned at all with the processor. The 5 megapixel camera takes much better photos than the 5 megapixel camera on the HD7 and I do not see any of the pink camera problem found on the HD7. It is not as good as the Amaze 4G though and I am thinking I may hold out for a Nokia WP with Carl Zeiss optics.
The Radar will have the Wi-Fi / Hotspot functionality switched on, although it will be limited to the slower rate of 14.4 Mbps. Available now on T-Mobile USA, prices start from $100 plus your monthly committment over twenty four months.