HTC Hero is on everyone’s lips these days, but the folks of JournalduGeek have managed to get up close and personal with the handset, having a look at its features and demoing its interface. What came out is the video below:


Know that this is a smartphone packing a capacitive touchscreen, that provides a people-centric experience, thanks to the Sense UI, worthy heir of TouchFLO 3D. The on-screen keyboard is particularly nice and it even comes with haptic force feedback, plus T9-like suggestions.

Beneath the relatively thick case, there’s a Qualcomm MSM7200A CPU running the show, at 528 MHz, accompanied by 512MB ROM, 288 MB RAM, GPS and a G sensor. The beautiful and very useful screen is a 3.2 inch TFT LCD display, supporting a 320 x 480 pixels resolution and the camera is a 5MP unit.


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