Not long after announcing its first Android smartphone (the HTC Hero), Sprint has now added support for Android on its Developer Website – which also features support for Java ME, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry and Palm’s webOS.
By accessing Sprint’s Android Developer web page, you’ll be able to find info about the carrier’s Android products and – more importantly – to create and test Android applications.
The Sprint Open Developer Conference held between October 26 and 28 in Santa Clara, California, will include Android-dedicated sessions that will bring more info from Google and HTC. Interested developers can register here.
The HTC Hero will be on sale at Sprint starting October 11, for as low as $179.99 on contract. Another Android smartphone that Sprint will probably release this year is the Samsung InstinctQ M900, which was just approved by the FCC.
Via Press release
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