HTC’s Android-based smartphone, the HTC Legend, which was introduced at Mobile World Congress, is beautiful piece engineering.
The HTC Legend is made of a single block of aluminium, which makes it unbreakable when anyhow it drops. It runs Android 2.1 and comes with a 5megapixel camera, 3.2 inch AMOLED touchscreen and is equipped with 600MHz Qualcomm processor.
HTC’s other two Android-based smartphones viz. the Nexus One and the HTC Desire are worth-purchasing.
The high-end mobile HTC Desire, which is proving business-friendly due to its large display, 1GHz processor that makes web browsing super fast and hardware specs that promise fast performance. It runs the Android Operating System and possesses Sense technology.
The HTC Desire boasts of a 5 megpixel camera, face detection technology, autofocus and a flash. It also features GPS, HTC Footprints and Google Maps.
The Nexus One is equipped with 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 512MB RAM, 5megapixel dual flash camera, active noise cancellation, a track ball and 3.7-inch AMOLED screen.
Separately, HTC has announced that a would-be update that will bring Android 2.1 to its Hero smartphone will not be launched until June.
Android 2.1 alias 'Éclair' will be released for European Heros free of charge.