The HTC Hero offers a number of prominent enhancements to make it the most superior Android device so far. It includes Outlook calendar and contact synchronization, multi touch capabilities, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a mini USB port. HTC also developed the hardware by giving additional touch with the HTC Sense user interface which adds extra personalization choices to an already well customizable device.
HTC Hero has fine connectivity, with WiFi and 7.2Mbps HSPA for quicker data over 3G. It has a 5 megapixel camera that clicks decent snaps in good light, but it is almost ineffective in dim light because of its lack of sensitivity. There is no syncing software for hero instead it connects you to computer via USB, just like a flash drive. The smartphone can rarely be sluggish, and also there is a scope of improvement to be done in file management and media syncing. Apart from the shortcomings, the HTC Hero is a very skilled smartphone that will definitely give pleasure to many a gadget fan.
HTC Hero smartphone has a streamlined, smoother look. It weighs 4.5 ounces and is also pretty compact at 4.46 inches height by 2.2 inches wide by 0.54 inch thick. The 3.2 inch TFT screen makes use of capacitive technology. Its display has HVGA native resolution (320x480 pixels) and amazing sensitivity. It fits well in the palm of your hand. It does not feel glossy or plastic due to the soft touch finish all through the body of the handset in addition to the brushed metal plate just underneath the front display. The blend of a angled back, chin protruding out, weight and overall size makes the device easy to carry around. It has a Flash support browser which allows you to view Flash content.