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Review: Sprint HTC Hero

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sprint hero vs heroFLORIDA, USA – North American carrier Sprint will release its first Android powered smartphone to the market this October 11 for an estimated price of US$180.

The HTC Hero, which was previously released in Europe by many carriers, received a special treatment to run in the Now Network. The whole exterior of the phone was redesigned and has radically changed from its European counterpart, however, other than the bands for its proper functioning with Sprint, the specs remain the same.

The HTC Hero isn’t just another Android smartphone like the T-Mobile G1 or the MyTouch 3G, the Hero is a far superior device with the new special customization by HTC called “Sense”.  The new Sense UI improves drastically from the standard interface provided by Android, which is rather simple and unattractive.

Adding attractive customizations and stunning graphics for apps such as weather, web, stocks, etc., the Hero does not feel like any of the previous Android handsets released before.

The hardware of the smartphone is also stunning: a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, Wi-Fi, a 3.2″ capacitive touchscreen, 3.5mm standard headset output, GPS, and a 528MHz processor. The Hero has a lot to offer, but how is the actual usability, how does the smartphone perform in the busy day to day?

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By , International Correspondent on Oct 6th, 2009 GMT +2

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