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Touchscreen response, Display quality, Aluminium build feels classy, Sense UI adds a lot more fun!
Aluminum uni-body, 3.2-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, multi-touch support (gallery & browser), optical trackball, accelerometer, compass, 3.5mm jack, tethering Support, social media integration, Wi-Fi, 5MP auto & touch focus
Good looking, sturdy shell, Plenty of user friendly stoical networking tools, Good audio quality, Image quality is quite clear
The HTC Legend boasts a beautiful design with an AMOLED touch screen. The Android 2.1 smartphone adds a faster processor, more RAM, and a camera flash. HTC Sense features new and useful enhancements.
Sturdy, lightweight, and beautiful exterior, New HTC Sense UI, Reasonable Battery Life
Awesome build quality and spectacular design, Really snappy (with almost all applications), Capable camera, Excellent incall quality, Partial Flash support
Updated Sense interface with tight integration between different applications; added camera LED light; Web browser supports Flash.
Excellent social networking, web and email features, friendly user interface, responsive touch-screen, good multitasking, high build quality, improved camera with flash...
Great HTC Sense UI, stylish aluminum unibody, bright AMOLED screen
Battery life of 1-2 days, Vodafone Live (& probably Airtel Live) does not allow apps to sync online
No secondary camera for video-call, no shutter button, not hot-swappable memory card, poor battery life, pricing
Handset gets a bit hot while charging or after being used for a while, The speakerphone is a bit low
The Legend isn't compatible with North American 3G bands. Camera quality is mixed.
SmudgeFriendly Screen, Subpar Imaging Quality, Mediocre Video Playback
Limited video playback capabilities, Mediocre audio playback quality, Discomforting display (in direct sunlight)
No video call capability; DivX/Xvid not supported out-of-the-box; no voice dial; lacks dedicated camera shutter; mediocre battery life.
Web video doesn’t play well, bundled headphones pretty low quality Look and Feel...
No music player equalizer, no hardware send/end call keys, screen resolution could be higher
By BrightHub on May 18, 2011
It is one of the best mid-range Android devices and has an awesome design coupled with nice hardware specs. I would definitely recommend it.Next Article » ...
By LetsGoMobile on August 11, 2010
W ith the HTC Legend handset, the market leader for Windows Mobile smartphones shows that they are also excelling with Android. The smartphone has a fine design and the aluminum body is very decent. Thanks to the Android operating system, you of...
By Brighthand on August 01, 2010
The HTC Legend is the most robust HTC handset running the Android OS version. Its Sense UI interface makes it easy, intuitive, and even fun to use. It is one of the most practical smartphones available, which will make it highly appreciated among...
By PC Authority on July 22, 2010
Beautifully engineered hardware allied with great software, the HTC Legend is super-fast too...
By CIOL on July 19, 2010
I never thought I would ever put money down to buy a touchscreen phone. Used to, and extremely comfortable using phones with a physical keypad. And this was a solid thought even after reviewing touchscreen phones by the dozen.And then came the HTC...
By Mobile Magazine on July 19, 2010
HTC Legend smartphone running Google Android, sucessor to the HTC HeroThe Google Android platform gets me excited. In the USA the HTC Droid Incredible and Motorola Droid X take the throne, in Canada, we don’t have all the same high-end options,...
By Canadian Reviewer on July 15, 2010
By Gadjo Cardenas SevillaThe HTC Legend, which is available to Bell and Virgin Mobile subscribers, is an Android 2.1 smartphone with a sleek Aluminum unibody shell, a bright AMOLED screen and a new optical trackball that doesn't actually have a...
By APC Magazine on June 23, 2010
Please install the flash playerDesignThe HTC Legend is compact and sturdy with a good bit of funk thrown in. The overall handset design fits in with the HTC handset camp and with 11.5mm x 56.3mm x 115mm dimensions it is slimmer and narrower than the...
By What Mobile on June 07, 2010
The HTC Legend was one of the top devices at Mobile World Congress (along with the HTC Desire) and there’s a good reason everyone’s been raving about this Android 2.1 based device.The Legend looks a lot like the Hero, although it’s...
By CNET Australia on June 07, 2010
The combination of the Legend's outstanding industrial design and first-rate user experience is a smartphone that is as beautiful to behold as it is fun to play around...
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