HTC Hero in Video
Below are two videos that show off the just announced HTC Hero.Â The first is a 5 minute clip which gives you the run through of some of it’s main features, showing off widgets and customization.Â Set to some really cool music, viewers can really get a ‘sense’ for what Sense does to Android.
The second comes courtesty of T3, who already had a chance to sit down with the phone and demonstrate some of the everyday stuff users typically tend to do with their phones.Â You can see the multi-touch capability in the web browser about 2/3 of the way in.Â T3 seems very impressed with the phone, and judging based off the videos, so are we.
If you’d like, you can read more of what T3 has to say about the phone from their initial hands on..
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