HTC Legend Officially Unveiled at MWC 2010

HTC has just officially announced their brand new HTC Legend Android Smartphone straight from the halls in Barcelona.

February is always a busy time of year for the mobile industry, and HTC takes no exception to the rule. HTC has just officially announced their brand new HTC Legend Android Smartphone straight from the halls in Barcelona.

The Mobile World Congress 2010 has convened in Barcelona, Spain, where the world’s leading mobile developers show off their new mobile gadgets. HTC has released some new products, but their smartphones – the HTC Legend and the HTC Desire are the clear standouts.

The HTC Legend features a unibody aluminum body, meaning it’s created from a single sheet of aluminum. This adds to the device’s durability and underscores its sex appeal. Front-and-center, the Legend uses a 3.2-inch AMOLED display with a 320×480 resolution, fully capacitive for multi-touch control. The Legend is powered by a 600 MHz processor, 512MB ROM, 384MB RAM and connectivity for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS protocols. It runs the latest Android 2.1 operating system with the HTC Sense UI.

The new HTC Legend, just like the HTC Desire, may not be available in the US straight away. According to Nexus404, the Legend will first hit the market on Vodafone in Europe sometime early in the second quarter, with nothing available regarding a North American debut. [HTC via Nexus404]

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