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The successor to the popular HTC Hero, the Legend is a solidly designed phone.
Shaped from a single block of aluminium, the Legend has a seamless, smooth surface with separate front and back pieces. It has a gorgeous 3.2in AMOLED display, which is an upgrade from the Hero's 3.2in LCD screen.
The display nicely showcases the new HTC Sense, which runs over Android 2.1 (Eclair). Like the Hero, the Legend has a 5Mp camera; it took pretty decent photos at the show.
This is a welcome update, since trackballs tend to get dirty or fall out. I found the trackpad nicely responsive, letting me scroll quickly through the Legend's menus.
HTC HD Mini
A smaller version of the gorgeous Windows Phone-based HTC HD2, the HD Mini sports a 3.2in capacitive touchscreen (as opposed to the HD2's monolithic 4.2in display).
Though perhaps not as striking as its older brother, the HD Mini nevertheless offers a display that is equally bright and crisp. In design, the HD Mini has sort of an industrial look with exposed fasteners.
And for whatever reason, HTC has given the HD Mini a bright yellow internal structure and battery.
HTC didn't give further details on how this capability would work in terms of data plans or pricing. The HD Mini will be available in March.
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