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OFFICIAL: Orange first to launch the HTC Hero Android Smartphone in the UK
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 25.06.09 - 15:45:15 CET under 04 - Android News - Viewed 8890x
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Following HTC's announcement to launch the company's 3rd Google Android smartphone in July, Orange followed-up officially and announced the upcoming launch of the HTC Hero, Orange's first Android smartphone, for July as well. Offering a rich, intuitive browsing touch interface and premium design, the 3G+ enabled Hero features Google's Android operating system. Created for those wanting an optimized mobile customer experience, with easy access to Google's most popular services, the Hero provides users with a choice of seven specially designed unique user interface options, through HTC's Sense user interface which is introduced with the HTC Hero.

The handset comes with an integrated five mega-pixel, auto-focus camera featuring camcorder capability, a gravity sensor, aGPS and 512 MB of memory with space for a 16 Gb microSD card. What's more, the 3.2 inch HVGA display features anti-fingerprint screen coating for improved smudge resistance and a longer lasting, clearer display.

Orange is offering the HTC Hero for free to customers who take out a £39.15 per month, 24 month contract. The package includes 1200 any network call minutes, unlimited texts, as well as inclusive anytime internet browsing so users can make the most out of their mobile experience.

The HTC Hero ill be available from Orange UK shops and online in early July. No word yet when or if other Orange subsidiaries will release the HTC Hero as well.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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