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Review: Sprint HTC Hero

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Although the exterior of the device got worse from the Euro to American transition, the software part of the phone remained untouched.

The worse plague a smartphone can suffer from – carrier customization – just didn’t happen in the Hero. There are a few Sprint-related icons that can be hidden or pushed where no one can see them, it is not like the ridiculous customization that AT&T does to the majority of its phones to the point that they are not from the actual owner but from AT&T.

htc hero side

The Hero has an amazing desktop screen, there are 7 screens on the desktop which can be completely customized to fit the users needs. Totally arrangeable and changeable, the Hero offers literary thousands of customizations and different desktop screens. The elements on the desktop screen are called widgets, there are Android widgets and there are HTC widgets, the HTC widgets look better because HTC graphics are impeccable. You can add many widgets, weather, clock (*very* good looking designs), Calendar, Facebook, Twitter, Mail, SMS, Search, Pics, Music and the list goes on for quite a while. The interesting objective of the desktop screen is that it allows you to completely use the phone without having to open the menu, very brilliant, well designed and excellently executed. The Hero’s desktop screen is just the best one and most useful in the mobile industry.

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

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