HTC Legend Gets Reviewed by SlashGear

“The fine gentlemen over at SlashGear have given us something we’ve been waiting to see for quite some time. (Well, at least a month and some change.) The HTC Legend marks the triumphant dethroning of the previous Android/Sense UI king, known as the Hero. SlashGear was first with the Legend’s unboxing, and now we’ve got a review to let us all know whether or not the handset deserves our hard-earned money. After all, just looking at that AMOLED display may not be enough, and did HTC update Sense UI enough to make the purchase worth it? Go find out!” Read more here:

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini Preview

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini

You may find the screen surprisingly small – only 2.55 inches with QVGA resolution. The image quality is nice and since the touch technology is capacitive, using the display is a fun experience. In the software part we’ll see how the manufacturer has transformed the user interface so it is easy to use on a screen that small. All the keys on our prototype unit felt nice, with distinct enough click. All but the lock button, which lacked almost any travel, but we hope this is a flaw of our unit only. On the back you have a 5MP camera with autofocus and an LED flash, as well as the loudspeaker.” Read moer here: