India is getting more and more Android smartphones – and that shouldn’t be a surprise, since it’s the world’s second largest mobile market.
After the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and the Motorola Milestone, now it’s time for the HTC Legend to debut in India.
According to CellPassion, the Legend is available in India as of now, retailing at about 26,500 INR ($592).
The Legend is an improved HTC Hero (launched in India in September 2009), coming with Android 2.1, an aluminum case, HVGA AMOLED touchscreen display, optical trackpad, Wi-Fi, GPS, and a 5MP camera with flash.
Launched by BSNL for only 6,500 INR ($145), Huawei U7510 features a QVGA touchscreen display, BrewMP (like the HTC Smart), Bluetooth, stereo FM radio, MP3 player, 2MP camera, 100MB of internal memory, and MicroSD card support.
The Huawei U7510 is offered by BSNL with an advantageous 3G package that includes free data usage (25MB) for the first two months. More details can be found at Telecom Talk.
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