October 11, 2009

Sprint’s HTC Hero” 30 second Review

Well the HTC Hero has finally made it stateside..kinda. Instead of the next gen looking Hero, we got the crappy knockoff version at Sprint that looks like every other phone. It came out today, so we stopped by the local sprint store to check it out. I didn’t really care too much about the handset, nothing too special there. More important is the Android Sense UI. The UI is beautiful, however feels very clunky sadly :( I think it is a problem of a phone UI finally outpacing the hardware it was designed for. Is this phone a winner? Probably, if you are with Sprint. Am I switching from my iPhone? No. I am thrilled however that this type of innovation will fuel competition in the mobile sector.

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