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HTC Touch Hero Sprint CDMA Phone with Android OS, 3.2″ Touchscreen, 5MP Camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microSD Slot – Silver

HTC Touch Hero Sprint CDMA Phone with Android OS, 3.2″ Touchscreen, 5MP Camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microSD Slot – Silver
HTC Touch Hero Sprint CDMA Phone with Android OS, 3.2″ Touchscreen, 5MP Camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microSD Slot – Silver


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HTC Touch Hero Sprint CDMA Telephone with Android OS, 3.two” Touchscreen, 5MP Camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microSD Slot – Silver


HTC Touch Hero Sprint CDMA Phone with Android OS, 3.2

Built on the Android Platform, the HTC Hero for Sprint provides a wealthy mobile Internet encounter, an intuitive user interface for extraordinary personalization power, and a complete capacitive touchscreen display. With the Android smartphone platform, you are going to be able to access constructed-in Google mobile services–like Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail and YouTube. And by way of Android Market place, you are going to get access to thousands of beneficial applications, widgets and fun games to download and set up on your phone, with several more apps getting added every single day.

  • Information Strategy Phone
  • No Contract
  • camera, video camera
  • Thin Cell Phone, Sleek
  • Calibrated Touchscreen

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  1. 22 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for its time, September 14, 2011
    By 
    This review is from: HTC Touch Hero Sprint CDMA Phone with Android OS, 3.2″ Touchscreen, 5MP Camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microSD Slot – Silver (Wireless Phone)

    I’ve had this phone since I started my contract with Sprint slightly over a year ago. I love it, but compared to some of the newer phones out there and the operating systems they currently run on this phone seems a bit out dated.

    HTC did a great job with what they had to work with at the time. I would recommend this phone to anyone whos looking for a good starter driod. There was a recent Operating System release a few months ago that did improve a bit of the phones functionality going from droid version 1.7 (kind of a guess) to Droid Version 2.1… which is good but not as nice/fast as 2.2.

    There are some issues with lag now and then but its completely manageable. HTC makes fantastic phones with very user friendly and nicely designed apps and widgets already installed. My fav would be the time and weather app.. I bought my girlfriend a LG Droid and the only time/weather app on the market close to the one I have from HTC is a pain to setup and lags a bit more then I would like… unless of course you don’t mind London’s time and weather showing now and then lol.

    A great app that only works for select phone makers is called PDA Net. it comes from junefabrics.com and works as a free online tether allowing you to access the internet from your computer by plugging in your phone via USB cable. This has come in handy alot while working on the road or if you have unlimited Data (like what sprint offers) and you dont want to pay internet fees to your cable provider etc.

    I still currently have this phone and it is the main reason I will prob only buy HTC phones from here on out (Evo 3D looks fantastic). Hope this review helps someone.

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  2. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great First Android Phone, November 12, 2011
    By 
    Alex (Murphysboro Illinois) –
    This review is from: HTC Touch Hero Sprint CDMA Phone with Android OS, 3.2″ Touchscreen, 5MP Camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microSD Slot – Silver (Wireless Phone)

    I’ve had the HTC Hero for a few years now, and I have to say that it has been a fairly enjoyable experience. To start things off, it has HTC Sense, something I would say is a nice modification to the original Android. Sense as I would describe it is basically (at least for the Hero) a completely new GUI. It allows 7 main screens, extra widgets, and as HTC says, is more developed around “you”. The phone is easily rootable through the XDA app Universal Androot, which is a big plus for me, but somehow, when you shut your device off, the Hero reverses the root. I’m not sure if this has something to do with my carrier (Alltel) or the actual device, but it can be tiresome to have to reroot your device to turn on WiFi tether. I am a fan of the HTC music app thats on it, it seems to be easier to navigate through than some of the main music apps found on more generic Android phones, but it seems comparable to the Brilliant Corners rom (for Viewsonic’s Gtab) music player. Recording voice with the built in voice recorder is pointless due to quality, but I have found that .wav recorders found on the market proves that the built-in microphone can handle high quality recordings, and I have to say, I am impressed by it, and speaking of audio quality, tests show that it in fact, has higher audio quality through headphones (and it does support regular headphones) than most other phones, but to be truthful, I honestly can’t tell a difference.

    Ok, so far I have been stating the pros, but lets get to the dreaded cons.
    First, if your looking for a phone that will make it from 7:00 AM, to 7:00 PM, this is not the phone for you, and if you are using it throughout the day, dont expect it to last to 5:00 PM. I have found though, with constant use, battery life can be as low as 4-5 hours. I have found online an extended phone battery [...] Which I have not tested, but seems to have good reviews. If you are looking for a phone to play all the latest games… well, ANY, games, forget about it! With the CPU clocking in at 528 Mhz, (and not being overclockable without a new ROM) you wont even be able to play angry birds, which by the way would take about 10 minutes to load.(I must mention here that it does come with a game on it, that seems to play fine, and doesn’t lag, its called Teeter) The phone lags a lot, but it seems to get a bit better with advanced task killer. I do like to play mod files (those songs Future Crew put together, a few of the feature on Bejeweled) and if i try to do anything while i listen, it lags up and the music skips. If you are one of the people who like to install Busybox, or increase you VM size, I cant strain this enough. DO NOT DO EITHER OF THESE. I tried it, and when i restarted, my phones showed no cell connection, WiFi would not work, Bluetooth would not work, and the camera took black and white pictures, basically all the “drivers” failed. Luckily, it was fixable, I took it into Alltel, and they got it working again. The 5 Mega Pixel camera on it doesn’t do much for me. If you try to take a picture when the sun is out and you are outside, you will get these strange white outlines on any objects. Video isn’t much better, the highest quality video you can take, is 352 X 288, so don’t expect to be uploading any Youtube videos (although it has the capability to…) Last, I have noticed an extreme amount of light bleeding as time has gone on, there are a few bright spots, and a large one in the middle. Not much of a problem, except when I’m trying to watch a video, or movie on my phone.

    Alright, so basic overview:

    PROS:
    * Has HTC Sense
    * (Temporarily) Rootable
    * Comes with an array of useful apps
    * Great sounding audio

    CONS:
    * Excruciating battery life
    * Unbearably slow CPU/GPU
    * CANNOT INSTALL BUSYBOX OR INCREASE VM HEAP SIZE (Do not even think about trying it)
    * Not the best quality pictures
    * Video has about 4 pixels and the sample rate is about 13 Hz (Ok, a bit exaggerated… then again on second thought…)
    * Quite a bit of light bleeding

    If you have any other questions about the phone, even though you shouldn’t even be thinking about buying it since it is pretty much out of date, feel free to ask!

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Hero Phone, March 24, 2013
    By 
    Earl “Florida” (Brandon) –
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: HTC Touch Hero Sprint CDMA Phone with Android OS, 3.2″ Touchscreen, 5MP Camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microSD Slot – Silver (Wireless Phone)

    Purchased for a friends wife to replace a flip phone. She loves it and the phone is still going strong today. Though it is outdated today, works as well now as it did the day she received it.

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