HTC Legend Coming to Bell on June 16th

June 7, 2010
Bell HTC LegendBell will be adding the HTC Legend Android Smartphone on June 16th. The HTC Legend features Android 2.1 OS, 5 megapixel camera with LED Flash, HTC Sense UI, Aluminum Body Design and more.  You can find the HTC Legend Leaflet with all of it's features here.

HTC Legend Pricing

  • $199.95 on a 3 year contract
  • $249.95 on a 2 year contract
  • $349.95 on a 1 year contract
  • $399.95 no contract

Top 5 HTC Legend Product features:

  1. Aluminum Unibody Design:
    The first phone sculpted from a single piece of aluminum - delivering an expensive yet solid feel in your palm.

  2. HTC Sense:
    • Preloaded social networking features - including exclusive FriendStream widget that conslidates all your Facebook and Twitter feeds right on your home screen.
    • Mix and match exclusive HTC widgets to create a “Scene” of up to 7 home screen panels. Easily switch between multiple Scenes for your work, weekend and social life.
    • People-centric phonebook where you can access your contact’s text, email, events, photos as well as history.
    • Includes intelligent features such as silencing an incoming call by flipping over the phone.

  3. Android 2.1:
    • Preloaded with Google Mobile Services and apps including Gmail, Google Maps, Calendar and YouTube.
    • Revamped Android Market user interface.
    • Support for more apps, including Twitter’s official app from the Android Market.
    • Improved virtual keyboard and system performance.

  4. AMOLED Touch Screen:• Superior display technology with greater brightness, more vivid colors and deeper blacks.
    • Vibrant display is perfect for viewing videos, gamingand web browsing.

  5. 5 MP Camera:
    • 5 MP camera with LED flash, digital zoom, auto-focus and video capture.
    • Option built into gallery interface for instant

Bell HTC Legend Spec Sheet Page #1
Bell HTC Legend Spec Sheet Page #2

For full HTC Legend Features, Specifications, Downloads and Reviews please click here.

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