The HTC Legend was officially unveiled at the recent MWC 2010 show in Barcelona, Spain. At that time, is was announced that the phone would be available in Europe from April.
Vodafone has now said it will have the phone first in the UK and that the new phone, which supports Android 2.1, will be available for just £25 per month on a two year contract with the phone costing £1.99 (why bother, Vodafone?). It will be free on more expensive contracts.
To recap, the HTC has taken the Apple route in chassis construction by forming the Legend from a single piece of aluminium. Other specs include a five-megapixel camera and a capacitive screen spanning 3.2-inches and packing HVGA resolution, according to the Pocket-lint website. Users can also expect an optical trackpad, HSPA, GPS, Wi-Fi plus an accelerometer and a 3.5mm headphone socket.
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