HTC Legend Appears On Dutch Website, Will Go On Sale March And Look Even Sexier Than First Anticipated

Glimpsed in the most hi-res outfit we've seen so far is the HTC Legend, which—if rumors prove correct—should be shown off next week at MWC.

It still looks like the Hero only with a unibody aluminum shell, but according to Dutch carrier KPN it'll go on sale March. KPN's advert for the Legend touts it as having a 600Mhz processor, an optical trackpad instead of the ball seen on previous models, and a 3.2-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen. The other specs gleaned from KPN seem par for the course—a 5.0-megapixel camera with LED flash, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and Android 2.1 (Eclair), and it looks like it'll be running HTC Sense, the Android skin which they've used on a lot of their recent models.

The leaked pics we saw recently of the Legend showed it as having black plastic inserts at the base and top of the back casing, where the SIM card, microSD card slot and camera are. It's still got a chin by the looks of the profile photo on KPN's site, but if you ask me that's a good thing. This is definitely a phone to get excited about. [Tweakers via Electronista]

HTC Legend Appears On Dutch Website, Will Go On Sale March And Look Even Sexier Than First Anticipated