Shown off in the video below at the CTIA are the HTC Smart, HTC HD2, HTC HD Mini and their latest Android based relatives HTC Legend and HTC Desire.
Interestingly Eric Lin revealed HTC’s new collection have been designed by One and Co, the design company HTC bought recently and who designed the iconic HTC Touch Diamond.
Unfortunately, we didn’t do this review, but with a sparkling 3.2-inch AMOLED, five megapixel camera with flash, running on a 600 MHz CPU and Android 2.1 and of course all possible connectivities you can imagine, the HTC Legend has the potential to be an outstanding smartphone.
It sports a touchscreen rather than a full QWERTY and has pretty much the characteristics of its predecessor, the HTC Hero. However, compared to the Hero, almost every feature and hardware specification has received an upgrade, supposedly making it much less buggy than first generation HTC Android phones. Continue reading »
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