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How is the Legend?

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  1. solidkevin

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    For anyone who has used the N1 and or hero and the legend, how does it compare? Is the 3.2" screen noticeable? Is the low Resolution noticeable? also can you have the Live wallpapers on this phone? Thanks.
     

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    Legend has an AMOLED screen like the N1, superior to the Hero.

    the screen is extremely crisp, deep blacks, much like the N1. I don't think the Legend has low resolution?
    Legend has an optical trackpad as opposed to N1's trackball, which means that the Legend will have a longer lasting hardware button. It also doesn't stick out like a trackball does.

    However, no live wallpaper on the legend. (tho live wallpaper sucks up battery anyway,)
    Legend comes with SenseUI, while Nexus One comes with the standard vanilla interface.

    both have multitoiuch, accelerometer, 5MP camera, dadadada....

    comes down to whether you want the 1Ghz processor of the N1 to play demanding games like Raging Thunder 2 and stuff. Also keep in mind that since the Nexus 1 has a standard interface, updates for the N1 will be quicker since it doesn't need to be done for SenseUI.

    Other functions on both Legend and Nexus 1 have near identical speeds and shouldn't be a problem.

    I'm aware of the recent problem of N1's breaking in half when in pockets even tho it was proven to be strong. You might want to look into it.
     
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