Thanks for posting the link. However, this is a pretty bad comparison. The pictures are resized to something very small and there's only three.
If you go to technobuffalo they have a gallery in their hands-on that compares the thickness of the Titan 2 to the Titan 1 and Lumia 900. It sure isn't the 0.39inch (9.9mm) some reviewers are saying. There is a significant thickness increase going from the Titan 2 to Titan 1, and still a quite noticeable increase from the Lumia 900, which itself is 11.5mm. So that 13mm that are on some spec pages seems to be right. With all that thickness, I was hoping for a bigger battery, which it doesn't really have. The LTE radio should be the same as the one in the Lumia 900, but it is 11.5mm, which is even thinner than the Lumia 800, so it's not the LTE radio making things thick. The most likely is the camera module, and it would be really sad if it doesn't deliver, since it is the only justification for the significant thickness increase. I mean, it looks ginormous with that large lens hole.
Then there' preliminary hearsay from that mobiletechreview video that says the 720p is pretty average. Hopefully later when real images start popping out that super 13mm thickness is justified with extraordinary pictures from that ginormous lens and 16mp sensor. The mobiletechreview shows how slow it is to take a picture in comparison to the HTC One X, which takes it instantly when you tap it, and they are half-decent, all in a 8.9mm body with BIGGER battery, not to mention the Xperia S and iPhone 4S which also take much faster pictures.
I know the Titan 2 was announced months ago, but its being released after the One X in Europe. Couldn't they have stuck an ImageSense chip in there? And 13mm. Sheesh. Let's just hope the pictures are amazing. Because the shortcomings in comparison to other phones as well as its predecessor the Titan 1, make it seem the only thing the Titan 2 has going for it is the 16mp camera. It really needs to win big with that one.