As a successor of HTC Hero, the Legend carries Android OS goodness with HTC Sense UI enjoyable on 3.2-inch capacitive AMOLED display supporting 320×480 pixel resolution. This stylish phone is machined from one aluminum block. However, we wonder how will the cellular network reception quality will be, considering the fact that aluminum isn’t good receptor of radio waves.
Legend has a 600MHz Qualcomm MSM 7227 processor which isn’t going to be as fast as the 800MHz Qualcomm processor in Samsung Spica i5700. But Legend leads with 384MB RAM and 512MB ROM as compared to the128MB RAM in Spica. We fail to understand why HTC added a slower processor in this device considering Spica is available for half the price (Rs. 12,500 approx.).
Other than that, Legend has a 5 mega pixel camera (2592×1944) with LED Flash, accelerometer, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor and digital compass. This smartphone also has GPS with A-GPS support. Legend supports 3G networks with HSDPA 900/1200 and quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 networks. One can also make use of the Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g support for wireless Internet and Bluetooth 2.1 for files transfer.
Music listeners should be at ease with 3.5mm audio jack that’ll allow them to hook any pair of headphones to this phone. Avid radio listeners should rest assured as this smartphone has Stereo FM radio with RDS.
Packing 1300mAh Li-ion battery, HTC Legend gives talk time of up to 7 hours on 2G Networks and up to 6 hours 10 minutes on 3G networks.
The new Legend is now available for Rs. 25,990 in India.
Source : Techtree.com