Sprint HTC Hero

Last updated: Oct 21st, 2009.

The Sprint HTC Hero was announced on September 3rd, 2009, making Sprint the 2nd American mobile carrier to offer a phone based on Google's Android operating system. While HTC had already launched the Hero, making it available on European carriersthe previous month, Sprint's version of the phone was redesigned to disclude the "chin":

Sprint HTC Hero

With a refined mouthpiece and brushed metallic look, Sprint's version of the HTC Hero has taken on a life of its own. The Hero's 5MP camera and 3.5mm headset work in harmony with Android Market and Sprint's unique services such as Sprint TV to provide a powerful multimedia device. The 1500mAh should go a long way to getting strong mileage out of the phone.

There is no doubt that this version of the Hero will came to the rescue for Sprint customers who have been eagerly awaiting the carrier's first Android device.

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