More HTC Hero News

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Mansn, Jun 24, 2009.

  1. Mansn

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  2. schomin

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    There really isn't much of a difference. It has most of the same hardware but the Hero is considered to be a HTC experience as apposed to a Google experience. This is emphasized through HTC sense. It's more of a software upgrade that won't be officially supported for any of their previous Android handsets (Doesn't mean it won't find its way there though). If you watch a lot of the hands on videos they mention all of it. I think HTC probably wants to one up the competition now that other phone companies are starting in with there versions of an Android phone. By adding flash and there other customization options it makes the hero look more appealing.
     
  3. schomin

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    Correction:

    It looks like HTC Sense may actually become available for pre-existing android phones after all.

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