The HTC Hero came to the US with a brand new hardware design and a CDMA carrier. Many were disappointed in the design change considering how daring and cutting edge the European GSM HTC Hero was. But could there be a chance that we'll see the original version of the Hero in the US?
Phonearena thinks so. According to their tipsters, the HTC Hero is headed to AT&T in early 2010. Considering that AT&T is a GSM network, maybe we'll see that sweet chin around after all. It's much too early to get excited over this, especially since AT&T has not even officially acknowledged Android and reportedly canceled one of their Android phones, but we're going to keep an eye on this.
How would you feel about the GSM HTC Hero on AT&T?
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