Excerpt: På Mobile World Congress 2010 i Barcelona HTC annoncerede 3 nye smartphone, der er HTC Desire, HD Mini og HTC Legend.We kan kalde denne telefon som HTC Hero 2, fordi dens formål svarer til den første populære telefon med HTC Sense fra HTC.HTC Legend kommer med temmelig godt kig, aluminium og slanke unibody og kommer ud hagen, der gør du ikke kan tage dine øjne fra HTC Legend.Chin kommer, men trackball væk, men vi fik optisk pegefeltet gerne HTC Desire replaced.You kan...
Conclusion: The AMOLED display is positively fantastic and it’s great that HTC has adopted the more standard microUSB port for charging and syncing purposes. The aluminum unibody gives a great sense of this being a premium product and, while I’m not a huge fan of the optical trackpad, it’ll probably be more reliable and durable than the trackball in the long run. The HTC Legend isn’t perfect, but it’s very, very slick and will just have to do for now.
Summary: Additional comments: This may not be a high-fly technological machine, but it was intended for new or low-budget users. After the reminder of what all it does have and can do, it’s still quite a value for the money. New or casual users would still find this a very comfortable mobile phone.
Excerpt: The HTC Legend serves as the successor to the Hero (that’s the one with the “chin”), a device that was quite popular for HTC. The characteristic chin was a generally revered design element because it was unique and functional in its ability to give the Hero a more phone-like feel. Whenever HTC has a hit, they create a successor. The second iteration of the Hero, dubbed the Legend, is an Android 2.1 phone that is interestingly cut from a solid block of aluminmum.
Excerpt: HTC has developed into one of the most exciting phone companies in the world. The relatively small Taiwanese company has worked with Microsoft and Google's operating systems to produce some of the best handsets we have ever seen. It's latest batch of phones includes the HTC Legend, a successor to the much-loved HTC Hero and the first HTC phone to feature a unibody aluminium casing. Read our review to see if it's worthy of its name.
Excerpt: The Legend is HTC's first Android 2.1 phone with Sense UI. The Taiwanese giant is sure making its way to the top with some of the bestselling phones in queue. The HTC Legend retains all the great features of HTC Hero plus it has some additional features that make it a great choice.
Cons: Battery life is low., A few home screen widgets need to be better.
Summary: Featuring a superb, Apple-esque design, HTC's latest Android smartphone — the HTC Legend — is one of the sexiest looking mobile phones we've ever reviewed. The successor to the HTC Hero, the HTC Legend is not just about looks: it offers improved software and superior performance.
Summary: The reception quality had no problems. The use of aluminum casing has not affected it, which could have been expected. Speech quality during the call is not bad, nothing more to say. The speaker has some extra volume left, under normal conditions (home, office) the maximum level is superfluous. Loudspeaker has medium volume, should you need a very loud ringtone you can select a tune from a standard set, most of them sound very loudly.