Who wants an HTC Hero with support for AT&T 3G?

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Who wants an HTC Hero with support for AT&T 3G?
The GSM version of the HTC Hero was the first Android handset featuring the deeply personalized Sense interface that managed to steal our hearts. Later it became one of the most widespread models based on this operating system. Several other handsets with the same interface followed suit - a version for Sprint and the DROID ERIS that´s on offer with Verizon. It seems that AT&T customers will also be able to get their hands on the device and take advantage of its full capabilities, including 3G functionality. Why do we think so? Well, an unlocked version of the HTC Hero featuring support for 850/1900MHz frequencies is already on sale at the online store of Negri Electronics. Moreover, the rumor has it precisely this handset will be released by AT&T at the beginning of 2010. The cell phone can be ordered from Negri Electronics for $579.50.

So, what do you think about the offer? Would you buy the phone or you would rather wait for it to roll out through AT&T? Do you prefer the design of the GSM version to that of the two CDMA devices?

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source: Negri Electronics



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