I'm officially jealous. First Virgin Mobile Canada gets the HTC Legend, now parent company Bell flaunts this gorgous phone in my general direction. It's the same Legend we've been talking about since we first saw it at Mobile World Congress -- 3.2 inch AMOLED screen, all aluminum unibody design, 600 MHz Qualcomm processor, 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, and enough good looks and style to shake a stick at. Price looks nice as
well, $79.95 CDN with a three year contract, $399.95 CDN to buy it outright. While I sit and cry because I can't have it, I expect all my friends in the Great White North to tell me how awesome it is and show me lots of pictures of this hot little phone. [Bell via BGR]
Jerry is an amateur woodworker and struggling shade tree mechanic. There's nothing he can't take apart, but many things he can't reassemble. You'll find him writing and speaking his loud opinion on Android Central and occasionally on Twitter.
Why in the world would Verizon not have asked for this unibody design on the Dinc instead of the cheesy red and plastic? Drives me crazy
At least VZW has the dinc, ATT just picked up the Aria instead of this. /slaps forehead
Is it me or does this phone just looks tiny now?
Good for Canada!
And thanks again to AT&T for the Legend!
Ya know, minus that pesky aluminum monocoque design that makes it so beautiful and appealing :/
Question is why does anyone want that phone ???
The UI on this phone is incredibly smooth. The combo of the hardware just worked out really, really well.
I got this phone. And it's really the best phone I have used so far. 1. The screen is AMOLED and gorgeous
2. Battery life is awesome
3. Sense UI... The best
4. Size, feels great in my hand. I can go on and on. but this Phone has impressed even the iPhone colleagues.
This post reminds me... Why the hell does Android Central not have a mobile version?
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