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HTC has launched three new smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Android 2.1-based Legend (left) and Desire (centre) both feature a new enhanced version of HTC's Sense user interface. Among other enhancements, the new Sense UI includes a application and widget called HTC Friend Stream that aggregates services like Facebook, Twitter and Flickr into a single update flow.
The third new phone is a Windows Mobile 6.5 device called the HD mini (right). It's a compact version of the large-screen HTC HD2.
Operating system Android 2.1 with HTC Sense Screen size 3.2in. Screen type AMOLED capacitive touchscreen Screen resolution 320 x 480 Keyboard/keypad on-screen only Dimensions 56.3mm x 112mm x 11.5mm Weight 126g Connectivity GSM (850/900/1800/1900MHz), GPRS, HSPA Wi-Fi 802.11b/g Bluetooth 2.1+EDR GPS yes Main camera 5 megapixels Front-facing camera no CPU 600MHz Memory 384MB RAM, 512MB ROM Expansion slot microSD Battery capacity 1300mAh Standby/talk time 440h/490min Availability April 2010
The Legend, which is made from a single aluminium block, replaces the standard trackball with an optical joystick. Other features include an accelerometer, proximity and ambient light sensors, ringer volume lowering when the phone is picked up and ringer muting when it's face-down. The device recharges and connects to a PC via Micro-USB and the headset jack is a 3.5mm unit.