HTC has unveiled its latest Google Android phone in London in a bid to rival the Apple iPhone.
The new phone, dubbed the ‘Hero’ is the latest on the smartphone market, giving consumers more choice.
The device has an array of new features including a wider touch-screen, a 5 megapixel camera, along with the ability for the user to tailor their phone to suit individual preferences and moods.
Horace Luke, chief innovation officer at HTC said the Hero is “completely tailor made to the kind of content that you (the user) would actually use.”
The HTC Hero will be available in Europe from July and in Asia later in the year.
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