In other news to come out of the local HTC ChaCha and Salsa launch, it's been suggested that the Salsa will be replacing the Legend. The latter is currently listed as out of stock on Vodafone's website. The two phones share an aluminium body and 320x480 screen, but the Salsa improves on the Legend with Gingerbread, an 800MHz processor and 512MB of internal memory.
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Three customers who want to upgrade their phone to the solid performing (and recently Froyo-enabled) HTC Legend take note - the carrier is offering the handset for $288 plus $10 delivery fee to current customers. Bargain!
HTC is keeping the Android flood washing over Australia by announcing the HTC Legend for Voda and Three last night. It's the return of the chin!
HTC swept the show with the sexy Legend, well-specced Desire and rugged WinMo HD Mini, and while US/Oz availability hasn't been confirmed yet we can let our UK readers in on the good news. All phones will hit eXpansys on the 12th of April, with the HD Mini at £349.99, the Legend at £399.99 and Desire at £449.99.
After eyeing up renders, this caught-in-the-wild snapshot of the HTC Bravo comes accompanied with information on its Android partner the Legend, which hasn't been salivated over quite as much as it should, considering it's supposedly packing a unibody aluminium casing.
That HTC Legend handset from the leaked roadmap we saw the other week has just been given another airing in public, with the Hero-esque aesthetics and specs revealed. LED flash, anyone?
Nestled in the leaked Android 2.1 ROM, 20 new devices are mentioned by name—including those we knew of already (Dragon, Dream, Hero and Passion) but some new friends too, Bahamas, Bravo, DesireC, Espresso, Halo, HeroCT, HeroC, Huangshan, Incredible, Legend, Liberty, Memphis, Paradise, PassionC, Sapphire and Supersonic. Phew.