Taiwanese handset maker HTC have unveiled three new models to its ever growing lineup of next generation handsets. First is the HTC Legend which is similar in shape to its predecessor, the Hero. It is based on Google’s Android operating system and boasts a 3.2in AMOLED screen that produces bright and crisp colors, driven by a one gigahertz Snapdragon processor. The second Android-based device, the HTC Desire, is almost identical to the recent Nexus One and features a 3.7in AMOLED screen. HTC also presented the HD mini, which is a smaller version of the Windows-powered HD2. These new phones are also the first to feature the new HTC Sense software that allows users to have a faster and improved experience in social networking. The Legend and the HD Mini will be available in April 2010, and the Desire will see a later Summer release.