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Three UK released the full 2.1 update OTA on 26 August 2010.The 2.1 update noticeably increases the browser speed and there appears to be an automatic closing of background apps as system resources diminish with increasing multitasking.

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On June 17, 2010, the first part of Europe was provided the update, the second part on June 28, 2010.Android 2.3 has also been ported to the GSM HTC Hero by the popular aftermarket firmware creation team Cyanogen Mod.The final stable version 7.2 was released on June 16, 2012, and has been reported as fully operational.The Eris was succeeded by HTC's Droid Incredible in 2010.HTC Hero is the first phone to feature HTC's own "Sense" software, which includes a customized user interface.GSM version: quad band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GPRS/EDGE, and dual band UMTS 900/2100 MHz HSPA (Europe), or dual band UMTS 850/1900 MHz HSPA (North America) CDMA version: dual band CDMA2000/EV-DO Rev.

A 800/1900 MHz Multi-touch capacitive touchscreen display, volume controls, ambient light sensors, 3-axis accelerometer, digital compass, A-GPS Specific hardware: • Asahi Kasei: · AK8973 3-axis magnetic field sensor · AK8973 orientation sensor • Bosh BMA150 3-axis accelerometer • Capella Microsystems: · CM3602 proximity sensor · CM3602 light sensor • Google: gravity sensor, linear acceleration sensor, rotation vector sensor HTC Hero (marketed as T-Mobile G2 Touch by T-Mobile in the UK, Austria, Germany, Croatia, the Netherlands, Slovakia, and Hungary; and as Era G2 Touch in Poland) is the third phone manufactured by HTC running the Android platform, announced on June 24, 2009 in London.

It is the second flagship Android phone, and the fourth Android phone after HTC Dream, HTC Magic, and the original Samsung Galaxy.

The phone was made available in the UK on Orange, 3, T-Mobile, BT Broadband Anywhere (MVNO), and SIM-free.

This news was released via Twitter on December 17, 2009.

The update to 2.1 was officially released on the HTC website for the Sprint (CDMA) version.

In Australia, it was available exclusively SIM-free (without a contract) through the Harvey Norman retailer.