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|The body color of the HTC Legend A6363 cell phone is silver. The HTC Legend runs off the Android operating system for fast Web browsing. Camera features for this smartphone are a rear camera with flash, autofocus, and widescreen photo capabilities. This allows the HTC Legend to produce clear photos as well as videos. The display mode in this HTC Legend A6363 cell phone has a type of capacitive touchscreen with a pinch-to-zoom feature. The phone’s screen size is 3.2 inches displaying a photo resolution of 320x480 HVGA. The storage capacity for the HTC Legend is a RAM of 384 MB. When the phone is flipped down, it automatically mutes the ringer on the smartphone. The phone also features a slot for a 32 MB Micro SD card to store all a consumer’s photos, music, and videos. A consumer can also keep up with social networking sites by using Friend Stream on the phone.|
|Family Line||HTC Legend|
|UPC||3661233169079, 4710937337549, 4710937337709|
|Storage Capacity||512 MB|
|Network Technology||GSM / GPRS / EDGE / HSDPA, GSM / WCDMA (UMTS)|
|Band||WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MicroSDHC|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||1300 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 490 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 560 hr|
|Display Technology||OLED display|
|Diagonal Screen Size||3.2 in.|
|Display Resolution||320 x 480 pixels|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||No|
Average review score based on 306 user reviews
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Very Quick System.
namely 4 GB Flash on 256 MB of RAM, WiFi
(802.11 b/g), an accelerometer, a compass, multi-touch capacity screen (WVGA resolution (800x480 pixels)), and GPS sensors (1). The Windows Phone 7 will also only accept applications that are built in Silverlight, XNA, and .Net, and applications will be supported only through Microsoft's Marketplace.
I had HTC Touch Pro with Windows Mobile 6 before so it was like a quantum leap to another era. I am amazed of in how such short time, phones can develop in such a fast pace. Even though I liked my previous tiny "fatso" alot, the HTC I had before had serious overheating issues, with WiFi on it lasted about an hour, GPS signals were a headache and screen sensitivity was not even comparable.
The new G2 (or Vision/Desire Z) impressed me from the start. I had never used Android system before but within days I had all set up I needed. For travelling Google maps is a joke for a mobile person in Europe unless you want some huge phone bills so I use Sygic. I get a fix in seconds, see the direction I am facing and finding places is so easy. For sports I have Runkeeper and love how the phone now is my everyday companion in tracking my speed and results and does not run out of juice or into problems while doing so. To make the battery last though I had to tinker the processor to run in low speed while screen is off, so it does help alot. All depends of how much you use the phone, it can last in my case for days if I only use it for calling. Once you start surfing heavily or playing, the stock battery wont last till the end of day. For those who wish more battery life, there are Mugen batteries with same size as stock batteries but give you an amazing battery life boost (1800mAh compared to stock 1300mAh).
It is a bit heavy though I have to admit, but qwerty keyboard is a must for me and a compromise I am willing to accept. Since I use Nordic letters alot, by long pressing a key you get the extra key options by default, so there was no worries I actually purchased this one made for the US market.
The screen sensitivity is excellent, have had no issues with reception so far in Europe also and got my 2G/3G also configured fine in Belgium. So all in all, very pleased with my new tiny amusement centre.
This phone is great. It's one of the least expensive Android phones on the market, yet it has basically everything you need; 3G, WiFi, a 3.2Mp camera, Fm Radio, Media Player...and the amazing HTC Sense Technology is so cool! The phone's compactness makes it easy to carry around - and it fits on the palm of your hands. It's got a 2.8-inch resistive touch screen (a disadvantage bacause you wont have the best touch experience - capacitive screens are much better). The slightly smaller screen size means some apps may not work well, but so far I've found enough apps that work for me (on androidMarket). So far, I'm loving this phone!
After the frustration with the Hero, I wanted a better android phone, since I'm pretty familiar with the HTC sense and interface, therefore , I decide to look for another one from the manufacturer of HTC,after read all the reviews of the EVO 4g , also, my nephew , also have one,and then later I found out , his brother also have one, since it's long way till our contract expired from Sprint,which doesn't qualified for a upgrading, hence this purchase from ebay.I did, want to refused the purchase, but it's only fair and to all ebay users, that both sides agree.I should never have done that, because this is probably, the greatest gadget , phone, toy , etc, you will see today, until some others come along.Why, compare to the Hero, which slow and momentarily freeze sometimes(unless you only use as a phone),stock or rooted.Well, it has to beexpected, because this baby, have almost twice the power , and the 2.2 update, I meant is almost a micro netbook in disguise, pardon my expression !This thing even faster than my 3 gig desktop, for surfing on the net! and that big screen, that's why I didn't go for Iphone, no matter how prettier, or more responsive it is, bigger screen, that is, is better.As for the rating , well, this thing gobble on batteries, unless you don't play around it too much, but with all that power, it is too be expected.Also, the control touch screen is less responsive than the Iphone, but only a tad less and required a soft touch, from my experience.By the way,even 4g not available at my area, somehow, it seem faster! weird!
I heard great things about HTC, and I looked at their product line with great interest. What I liked most about the Tilt was the slide out keyboard. Very nice feature, and I prefer it over a screen-displayed keyboard.
That said, what do I like about it:
- Slide out keyboard
- Camera quality is top notch.
What don't I like about it:
- You have to use the pointer stick for practically everything. I contact HTC after purchasing, and they say this is not a finger touch screen, and yes, you must use the pointer stick.
- Too many steps to make a simple phone call.
- Screen is very sensitive! You must lock it before even putting it in your shirt pocket, else it will launch applications unbeknownst to you.
- You can make your own ringtones, but the device will not play them completely. Weird...
- Not intuitive for the average user. Most operations take way too many steps to execute.
- Has Mobile Office, though good luck in trying to view it on the dinky screen.
Summary...I bought this to replace a Motorola that had a few stuck keys. Save your money and look at the Motorola Atrix coming in March 2011. Price is supposed to be around $150 with a 2 year hitch. My Tilt will be for sale, slightly used, for $75.