HTC Hero Android Smartphone
seems all set to take dreams and magic to a higher level (pun intended). After HTC Dream and HTC Magic, it is time for HTC Hero to try its luck in the mobile phone market. This is the first among the HTC handsets to feature the HTC Sense utility, which rises from 3 basic and useful essentials. They are 'make it mine', 'discover the unexpected' and 'stay close'. The 'make it mine' feature lets you place high priority applications and files in the form of widgets right in your home screen. This saves you the trouble of hunting for them and navigating through the menus. The 'discover the unexpected' feature helps you search for whatever you are looking for in an easy way. It also helps you find contacts easily and maintain your emails & photographs in an orderly way. The third feature, 'stay close', lets you view not just a contact, but also all interactions that had taken place with that particular person. This feature is especially useful for business men, who meet a lot of people.
Plunging into the technical specifications - this HTC mobile phone
is powered by a 528MHz Qualcomm processor. It sports a 3.2" 320 x 480 pixels touch sensitive TFT LCD screen. Apart from an internal memory of 288MB, this handheld supports microSD cards as well for memory expansion. Networking-wise, it supports WiFi and allows fast internet access with its 3.5G capability. HTC claims that one can download data at a rate of 7.2Mbps and upload files at 2Mbps. Bluetooth connectivity is supported too. There is a port called the HTC ExtUSB, which doubles as a mini-USB as well as an audio jack. An internal GPS antenna is also provided for accessing location based applications. Even a digital compass and a G-sensor are built into this device. On the entertainment front, there is a multimedia player and a 3.5 mm audio jack. A 5 Megapixel camera with auto-focus has been integrated into this gizmo too, to make special moments of life memorable. The powerful battery of this gadget lets you have a talktime of 7 hours with 3G and more with 2G. The stand-by time offered is about 750 hours with 3G and 440 hours with 2G. The HTC Hero Touchscreen Mobile Phone
is all set to strike the market on 15 July, 2009 at a price of £429. For more details, check the article - HTC Hero Mobile Phone will Hit the UK Shores on July 15. Check out some of our mobile phones deals
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