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HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone, Black (AT&T)

HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone, Black (AT&T)
HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone, Black (AT&T)


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HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone, Black (AT&T)


HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone, Black (AT&T)

March through your day with confidence by keeping the HTC Inspire 4G Unlocked GSM Cell Phone by your side. Make an endless number of phone calls and access emails, text messages and more with one or two clicks via the larger-than-life 4.3-inch touchscreen display. With an 8-megapixel integrated camera, you’ll be able to capture such stunning pictures that will leave everybody speechless at its infinite high-quality capability. Enjoy fun camera features like the dual-LED flash and Face Detection to help you get that perfect shot!One of the first smartphones to run on AT&T’s ultra-fast 4G mobile broadband network, the Android-powered HTC Inspire 4G features a gorgeous, extra-large 4.3-inch Super LCD touchscreen, and a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor to make quick work of all your social networking, image and video uploads, and e-mail replies. With AT&T’s 4G network, you’ll enjoy mobile broadband speeds up to 4x faster than AT&T’s already fast mobile broadband network.

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  • Ultra-fast, 4G-enabled smartphone running Android 2.2 with 4.3-inch multi-touch Super LCD display
  • Wireless-N Wi-Fi networking (with optional Wi-Fi Mobile Hotspot and tethering capabilities); GPS for navigation and location services
  • 8-MP camera; HD 720p camcorder; Bluetooth stereo music; microSD memory expansion; HTML web browser; corporate and personal e-mail
  • Up to 6 hours of talk time, up to 372 hours (15.5 days) of standby time; released in January, 2011
  • What’s in the Box: handset, rechargeable battery, charger, 8 GB SD card, USB cable, quick start guide

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  1. 178 of 182 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than the iPhone 4 ?, March 3, 2011
    By 
    Brad Setzer “Brad” (NC, United States) –
    This review is from: HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone, Black (AT&T) (Wireless Phone)

    I don’t write many reviews for products that I buy, but this product deserves some recognition. In a few words: It is amazing. I love many things about this phone that I may have to list the pros and cons…I think I will actually do just that:

    Pros

    Large screen

    The screen, measured diagonally, is about 4.3″. This is very large. If you are used to a smaller screen like on the iPhone, get ready for some adaptation to this phone. The screen’s size makes it easier to see things like text, pictures, etc. The only bad thing about this screen is that when you compare it to the iPhone 4, you can tell that the Inspire does not have a “Retina Display” as Apple calls it. In other words, you can more easily see pixels displayed on the Inspire than you can on the iPhone 4. Although, don’t get me wrong. The Inspire’s screen is very nice and sharp with good brightness settings overall, it just isn’t as sharp as the iPhone 4′s screen. Also, the outer screen is made of a Gorilla Glass, which is much stronger than the glass on other lesser quality phones.

    Flashy and Fun OS

    Android 2.2 (otherwise known as Froyo), is a very nice OS. I like all of the small graphical details that were put into this OS’s design. Things like rain drops falling on your screen to rays of light surrounding a sun show for the various weather updates. Mind you, I am completely new to Androids in general, I am not always the easiest to please when it comes to technology. I also like how you have 7 screens to put widgets, apps, etc. on for fast access.

    Sleek

    I have to say that it is quite sleek. The phone looks like what it is worth, maybe even more. From the metal uni-body backing to the large screen, it is a very attractive phone overall that will make others around you envious.

    Snappy Processor(Pun intended)

    The Snapdragon 1Ghz processor in this thing is pretty fast. Moving from app to app is very quick. You can listen to music and do something else on the phone simultaneously with no problems at all. I have yet to try out some graphic intensive games on this phone but I’m sure it at least matches that of the iPhone 4. Also, web pages seem to load much faster than on previous devices that I have used.

    Flash Support!

    This is one of the biggest things for me coming from an iPhone 4. With this phone, I can finally browse the internet and view/interact with flash-based embedded videos or programs. For example, if you go to a news website and want to see the news in video form, you can’t do it on the iPhone 4 because it doesn’t have flash support built into Safari. On the Inspire, you can view all that stuff and more. Mind you, when you load a web page with several flash videos embedded, scrolling may get choppy but not too bad. It’s to be expected since this is not running a 4 Ghz OC Core i7 or anything like that…

    Touch-Sensitive Fast Access Buttons

    The 4 “buttons” located at the bottom of the phone are very nice. After being use to the physical button on the iPhone 4, these are much nicer in my opinion. There’s no need to press hard on the at all. The buttons sense your finger as if it were a touch screen and the phone vibrates in response to the action to let you know that you pressed it. As for the functionality of these keys, the one on the left is used to take you back to the home screen that displays the clock, etc. Press this button again and it will display all 7 screens of the OS for quick access to your other pages full of apps and widgets. The 2nd button brings up a menu for whatever you are viewing on the phone. If you are viewing your FaceBook news feed, press this for an option to refresh the page. This is very useful and convenient. The 3rd button takes you back to the previous page(s), whether you were browsing or listening to music, it will bring you back to the screen you were viewing before that one. The last one is the search button. Just press this and you can search the phone or the web for anything you want. Also, if you hold this button, voice search will come up which will allow you to give commands such as “navigate to…” for gps navigation or “Call…” to call somebody on your contacts list. Overall, these buttons are very nice and I use them quite often.

    8 MP Camera with 720p HD Video Recording

    I have only used the camera on the Inspire a few times for both pictures and video and I have to say that the quality is actually better than my dedicated digital camera, which also has 8 MP quality. When you use the came to take pictures, you can literally hear the lens focusing for a better shot. There is also a dual LED flash next to the lens which can get extremely bright. I use it often for the camera as well as the Flashlight app preinstalled on the phone. The video recording is very sharp and the sound is clear due to the…

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  2. 278 of 289 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Powerful phone, good price, March 4, 2011
    By 
    Alexson Lim (San Luis Obispo, CA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone, Black (AT&T) (Wireless Phone)

    2 weeks into use, I’ve got to say I’m very satisfied. This is a powerful phone for only $50-$100 at various retailers.

    What’s nice:
    - Solid, high quality feel (and I actually like the fact that it has some weight).
    - Beautiful U.I. with the most recent HTC Sense update.
    - Maps is pre-cached, helps with navigation and in areas with bad reception (welcome to at&t!).
    - Great hardware, I have not had any issues with lag or freezing. Pulse is the only app I’ve had to force-quit (twice).

    My advice to get the most out of this device:
    - Upgrade your data plan to $25/month for 2GB. I went through 140MB on the first day (downloading apps, customizing, and setting up the device).
    - If you are having difficulty opening the battery door, get your fingernail right underneath the edge of the battery cover near the bottom of the volume rocker and pull away from device like you are trying to break it off (It pops-off rather than slide-off like the SD/SIM card cover). After the second time opening the battery door, it comes off pretty easily.
    - If you’re having “unsuccessful installations” of apps from the app market, a workaround is to go to settings>SD & phone storage > Unmount SD card. Then go back to the market and the app(s) should install. Go back to the same settings window to mount your SD card again.
    - Download “Rockplayer Lite” for video playback – It plays nearly all formats (and the stock video player has issues playing back large and .avi files).
    - Download “doubletwist” on your Mac or PC to sync your iTunes, photos, and videos (I have a Mac and have no issues syncing).
    - Buy an extra, generic battery from eBay (I got one for only $3.37 and is “rated at 1600mAh”. After using, it lasts about as long as the stock battery).
    - Buy a Skinomi screen protector for $10 on Amazon. For touch-screens, it feels less intrusive than Zagg’s Invisible-shields and offers the same protection.
    - If you are looking for a case, you can find many options if you search Amazon and eBay for “HTC Desire HD Case” (the original, international model of this phone).

    Notes:
    - I usually get a full day’s worth of charge on the battery with moderate use (I charge in the evenings, not overnight).
    - The large screen makes typing on the on-screen keyboard great (I’ve owned 2 blackberry curves for 4 years prior to this device and was hesitant to try a phone without a physical keyboard).
    - Using contacts/mail/talk/reader/voice from Google really helps this device shine in terms of functionality and ease of use.
    - I didn’t buy this phone expecting great “4G speeds” from at&t’s HSPA+ network, and after using it, I haven’t noticed any difference from 3G phones (go figure…).

    ***Update:***
    Almost 2 months with the phone and still very happy with the device. I’ve had the chance to (unsuccessfully) root my phone and (successfully) sideload apps.

    Here’s few more things to get the most out of your device:
    - Check Gizmodo for “The Best Apps” (updated every month)
    - There are guides to install sideloaded apps (workaround AT&T’s block, to install .apk files), apps from the Amazon App Store, and Swype – all are available on Android Central forums. Very easy to search for.
    - Everything you need to root can be found just by searching for “Inspire 4G” on the xda-developers site.

    Items of note:
    - Save your battery: turn off auto-sync and limit the amount of widgets you use on your home screens.
    - With auto-sync on hourly intervals and heavy messaging/internet browsing, I went through 480Mb without wifi over 1 week.

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  3. 66 of 72 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    First android phone- Love it!, February 20, 2011
    By 
    F. Yang (Philadelphia, PA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone, Black (AT&T) (Wireless Phone)

    Android:
    I am blown away by the all the different apps and features of the android in general. I have not felt this shocked by a electronic device since I used the internet for the first time in 1995. It is not as idiot proof as apple’s operating system though. I find myself spending quite a bit of time getting used to where all the settings are located for various programs- there are just so many options for everything. This is fine for me since I consider myself relatively tech savvy, but for some users, this may be overwhelming. Although I love this phone, I am recommending my 50+ year old parents to buy the iphone because I think the iOS operating system is much easier to use.

    As for this phone:
    It is my first android phone and I really love this phone, but it has some areas with rooms for improvement. HTC did include all the features one could want in a phone.
    -Battery life is shorter than I would like in a phone- I charge it everyday. My ipad on the other hand, I charge perhaps once a week. I wouldn’t have minded a heavier phone if it meant a better battery life.
    -The battery compartment was also difficult to open initially(surprisingly so, I had to use a flat screwdriver to pry it open with quite a bit of force).
    -no front facing camera.
    -screen is beautiful. Iphone4 has a slightly more beautiful screen though.
    -PRICE. I got the phone for much less here on amazon wireless compared to anywhere else I have seen. This phone puts a very high quality android phone within the reach of people(like me) who usually buys phones under 100$ with contract.
    -Speed- the phone is faster than all of my friend’s android phones. I am sure it won’t hold onto this throne for a long time with all the dual core processor phones coming out this summer(2011).

    Iphone?
    For people who are thinking of buying an iphone- I bought this phone for the features. I knew about its shortcommings(battery life, lack of front facing camera). Apple products are better designed(and more expensive), generally have less features- but for what it does, it does a little more beautifully(i.e. scrolling in my ipad is more seamless and smooth). You get what you pay for in the end. Android was a better fit for me and I absolutely love it- the things I can do with this phone does blow the iphone out of the water. However, for many users(including my 50+ year old parents), the iphone will probably be a better fit.

    ATT:
    -ATT annoyingly does not allow you to tether this phone without paying an extra 20$ a month for 4gb. But I heard there is a workaround that involves rooting your phone. This is obviously not what the majority of people will do. Sad that this major feature of android will be off limits to most people.
    -2gb/month gives me some anxiety about running out of data. I’ve been using my phone conservatively(e-mail, web pages, occasional youtube video) and I am projected to use about 800mb, which is comfortably under the limit. Still, I would still prefer an unlimited data plan.

    My previous phone was a blackberry 8300 without a data plan and I have extensively experienced an apple iPad that I currently own(which I assume is similar to the iphone in its features).

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