See that image above? It’s notable for two reasons:
Update: We’ve now got a more legible picture and a full transcription after the jump.
The wonderful guys over at AndroidCentral whipped out their electron microscopes and did the hard transcription work for us. While the majority of it is just the general “Tell our customers that our service is superior to EVERYONE!” internal propaganda, there lies a pair of gems right around the middle section: “Let your customers know we are actively working on having the Android 2.1 platform available to our Hero and Moment customers over the coming weeks.” and “Look for more information coming in April about Android 2.1 platform for Hero and Moment.“
So there you have it, folks – more information is coming in April. I can’t even imagine how many people are happy about this news (Hi Carol!), given that people have been asking for an update to the Hero since roughly 1996 and that the Samsung Moment would be an absolutely killer handset when paired with Android 2.1.
Update: Want something a little more legible? Our buddy Joecrack305 of Cognizantphotos just sent a much better screen cap our way. Check it out:
Android 2.1 platform for Hero and Moment
What you need to know:
- With all the anticipation of Nexus One joining the Sprint Android family of great devices, customers with the HTC Hero™ and the Samsung Moment™ with Google™ may wonder about the Android 2.1 platform that supports Nexus One.
What you need to do:
- We know that technology has enabled greater productivity and spontaneity in our lives, and because of this we have become very dependent on staying connected. Customers don‘t only expect more from their wireless phones — they demand it.
- Let your customers know we are actively working on having the Android 2.1 platform available to our Hero and Moment customers over the coming weeks.
Look for more information coming in April about Android 2.1 platform for Hero and Moment.
And don’t forget:
- The HTC Hero™ and the Samsung Moment™ with Google™ are superior devices.
- Sprint is the only national U.S. carrier to offer HTC Hero, and it picked up top honors as Best Mobile Handset at the 2010 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
About.com readers have also nominated HTC Hero as their favorite smartphone for the 2010 Reader’s Choice Awards.