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HTC Hero extreme close ups Sprint

We all know that Sprints HTC Hero is housed in a kind of less sexy shell than the standard HTC version, but the internals are exactly the same.

That as you may or may not know includes a 5 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS and a lot more running on Sprint’s CDMA data and voice network. A few questions are asked though why on earth has our Teflon coating vanished? The physical button that created a few problems are now much easier to use and the trackball has been replaced with a slightly larger one making scrolling a lot easier.

The size of the screen is the same, and we’ve been informed that the Sprint runs on updated HTC ROM that supposedly fixes the Hero’s initial slowdowns. Sadly the Sprint HTC Hero is still said to be a bit too slow to use as a main device it’s simply not quick enough. Want to see more simply visit boygeniusreport.com

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3 thoughts on “HTC Hero extreme close ups Sprint”

  1. Mattemer says:

    You need to maybe check out more reviews, the consensus is in, and the Sprint HTC Hero is NOT slow or laggy. I\’ve seen plenty of hands on videos with numerous widgets running, and still don\’t detect any lag. There\’s only dozens upon dozens of these reviews… google might be able to help you find some…

  2. Mattemer says:

    You need to maybe check out more reviews, the consensus is in, and the Sprint HTC Hero is NOT slow or laggy. I\’ve seen plenty of hands on videos with numerous widgets running, and still don\’t detect any lag. There\’s only dozens upon dozens of these reviews… google might be able to help you find some… (may be a double post, this site won’t load entirely, giving me trouble)

  3. Dominik says:

    That chin on the “normal” Hero is terrible.

    The new design looks 10x to me.

    I’m not sure which phone I want to go with now considering that the Moment was announced yesterday.