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HTC intros new-look Legend, Desire

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Internet Security Threat Report 2014

Apple, meet HTC. It has made use of the same production technique you use for your "unibody" Macs: milling the casing out of a single block of aluminium.

HTC Legend

New-look Legend

The first HTC handset to get a unibody of its own is the Legend, but to help avoid invidious comparisons it has finished the phone off in "phantom" matte black.

Looks rather good, we think.

HTC Desire

New-design Desire

HTC has also issued its Desire phone in a new design, this one bright white. Both new looks will be available later this month. ®

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

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