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Will we get the Hero in the US

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

  1. dkoenig

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    Hard for me to tell from the news articles.
     

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    Yes we will.

    No exact date is set, HTC said it was going to be released this year.
    So I'm guessing (according to Android time)... May-June release.
     
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    Do you think it will work on Tmobile? or will it be for a different carrier?
     
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    I read somewhere that the US will get Hero towards the end of the year. I personally think that T-mobile will sell only 'by google' phones. Maybe because of the OTA firmware updates. Hero might be a good place for AT&T to join android/oha (just hoping here:) Sprint or Verizon might want a piece of this as well.
     
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    How could it be a may-june release when its already the end of June? :p
     
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    I watched a vid on CNET of an HTC employee...he mentioned they will be bringing the Hero to the U.S. but the carrier has yet to be named. I'm hoping it is AT&T?
     
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