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- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 8.1 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 440 hours
HTC Legend A6363 Unlocked GSM Android Based Smartphone with 5 MP Camera, Wi-Fi, gps navigation, Touchscreen and Bluetooth -- International Version with No Warranty (Silver)
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- GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, HSPA/WCDMA: 900/2100 MHz, Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth 2.1 with Enhanced Data Rate, A2DP for wireless stereo headsets, Internal GPS antenna
- Camera: 5 megapixel color camera with Auto focus and flash, Widescreen photo capture and Geotagging
- Display: Type: AMOLED capacitive touch screen with pinch-to-zoom capability, Size: 3.2 inches, Resolution: 320 X 480 HVGA
- Platform: Android 2.1 (Eclair) with HTC Sense. Storage: ROM: 512 MB, RAM: 384 MB, Expansion slot: microSD memory card (Supports up to 32 GB)
- Automatically lowers the ringer volume as soon as the phone is picked up, Mutes the ringer when the phone is flipped face down, Backs up certain data and settings to the microSD card automatically, such as SMS/MMS messages, bookmarks, and Wi-Fi passwords
- This cell phone may not include a US warranty as some manufacturers do not honor warranties for international version phones. Please contact the seller for specific warranty information.
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The cons: With heavy usage, my battery will last me about 12 hrs max. With regular usage then 2 days is typical. The AMOLED screen is awesome, but fairly hard to see outside. I didn't think it would matter that much-- but the place it impacts me is if I'm taking pictures (need to see the screen as the viewfinder). If I place my hand over it for shade, it's generally enough, but still makes me wish I could see it better.
The speed of the device is great. I'm actively recommending it to any of my friends who are in the market right now.l
PS: The AMOLED screen is beautiful, but I kept the brightness low to save battery most of the time. The 600 MHz CPU is actually quite powerful and energy efficient and it has a great GPU on this unit. The battery life is great. With WIFI off and proper SETCPU config to under-clock CPU when the screen is off, this phone can last 3+ days without recharge. I usually keep the WIFI to "always on" and use it to call and receive SKYPE calls to save phone bill, you should do it too if you're usually under WIFI coverage.
3/28/12 Note (For those of you trying to flash the ROM to Cyanogenmod 7 or else):
With Cyanogenmod 7, SIM no contact list issue is SIM dependent (resolved via replacing the SIM card itself).
I use this phone in Peru and works very well with the existing cellular network. I can use all the call option,the touch es very great and works very good with the mail accounts (exchange, gmail, yahoo). I have also downloaded applications from the A-Market without problems. GPS works great.
I recommend this phone.
However, the data issues aren't a huge problem; I don't really want to pay for data on an international phone connection anyway. Otherwise, it's a great phone. The screen is much clearer and more vivid than the Nexus One's was, and the camera is great. Battery life is also longer; with GPS turned off, I can get 3 days out of it. Operationally, it's an Android, which is pretty standardized, I think. One person I know, who's been thinking his next phone will be an iPhone, now understands why I think Android is better -- and this is the nicest Android I've seen. The T-Mobile tech who helped me set up mobile data was very impressed with it too; he said he'd been wanting a Legend and asked me a lot about where I got it and what it cost.
0. need to be very pocketable (Motorola Droid or HTC Evo = too big)
1. top-notch phone capabilities (including SMS)
2. great, intuitive touchscreen interface
3. great PIMS (to-do, contacts, calendar, etc)
4. MP3 player + album management
5. great email sync (particularly for Yahoo Mail)
6. GPS + navigation capabilities
7. decent built-in camera
8. ability to add storage later
9. apps (games)
10. Quad-band GSM (so that I can use it here in the US and also in Asia)
3G capability was not at all important for me, nor did I want to pay hefty monthly fees for non-WiFi (3G or 4G) data access. If I need to get on the net, I can wait until I get to a WiFi location.
The HTC Legend met all this criteria soundly. It's essentially a palm-sized computer disguised as a top-notch cellphone. Have had it for two weeks, and am using it on a postpaid plan on T-Mobile without any data plan. For my needs, works beautifully. I plugged in a 16GB microSD card, the SIM from my 6-yr old phone, and everything powered up and has been running great.
What I also like about this phone is that besides being such a great multi-talented device, it's also aesthetically very pleasing. It's just the right size and weight.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
was in bad comdicion I forgive you so god knows. successesI see that you are an irresponsible and these scamming buyersPublished on July 8, 2013 by Joso Enriquez
Shot honest review
1) Its slow
2) camera sucks
3) its not comfortable on the ear when taking a phone call
4) OUNCE AGAIN ITS SLOW !!! Read more
Received HTC Legend rapidly and in new working condition. This 'phone has some serious and crippling issues that cannot be resolved. Read morePublished on November 13, 2011 by Flaus Marti
I have had this for more than a year now. Excellent screen, not too big and fits in my hand and my pockets well. Read morePublished on June 25, 2011 by MrigKash
I was surprised how fast, user friendly this phone is. In my opinion, it's as good if not better than iphone.Published on March 17, 2011 by Heidi Marouf
Good mid range phone, Android 2.1 and Sense just works, the solid aluminium fills nice in my hand it has a 3.2" inch amoled screen that looks fine even on direct sunlight.Published on November 29, 2010 by Fernando Valdez
Phone was received last month and i found its looks appealing. My first HTC but unfortunately it has been a major disappointment considering the positive reviews received so far. Read morePublished on November 17, 2010 by Anneki