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Speedy new HTC Hero firmware starts to pop around the world

Speedy new HTC Hero firmware starts to pop around the world
Chris Ziegler
Chris Ziegler|September 14, 2009 7:03 AM
End users of HTC's Hero are now getting official access to the major new firmware build that's been floating around lately, with the company's Danish site being among the first to offer it to downloaders official stamped as version 2.73.405.5 (for comparison, UK visitors are still left out in the cold as of this writing). The big deal here is speed -- the new build stamps out many lag-related concerns buyers had at the phone's initial release, and we've heard (and seen) that the new code is nothing short of magic. Unfortunately, US residents still don't have a good reason to expect to find this on their local HTC support site yet -- Sprint won't be dropping the Hero until early next month, at which point we'd certainly hope the latest and greatest speed improvements would've already been incorporated -- but Europeans hesitant to give the Hero a shot might want to give it another look with the new goods installed.

[Thanks, Frederik C.]
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