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HTC Inspire 4G Review Part 2

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Published on Feb 14, 2011

HTC Inspire 4G Review Part 2 by Aaron

Aaron reviews the HTC Inspire 4G, AT&T's newest Android smartphone and an awesome addition to their lineup. With a 1 GHz next-generation Snapdragon processor, 4.3-inch screen, 8-megapixel camera, HSPA+ compatibility, and Android 2.2 (Froyo), it's an upgraded, GSM version of the popular HTC EVO 4G. What's more, it's the first US device to offer HTC Sense 2.0, the company's latest version of their popular user interface. As if the specs weren't enough, the $99.99 price tag is sure to bring customers to AT&T and Android.

The only downside is the 1,230 mAh battery. The EVO's battery is 1,500 mAh, and it struggles to make it through a day, so in theory, the Inspire 4G's battery life should struggle to make it through a day with moderate use. Part 2 of 2.

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Comments • 89

Jerry4050
Nope this use to be my old phone that replace my iPhone 3GS.. my only problem with this phone is that the google navigator for the GPS is slow and the battery would die pretty fast. I do love the camera quality and the LED flash is bright 
lasha842
Damn! Allmoist 2 Years Passed :X
James Rock
HTC Battery eats a lot..... But for me HTC is a good phone kudos 
Greer Hanshaw
starts at 1:26.......skip the bull crap
Joshua Shackelton
HTC = High Tech Crap. I compared this phone to the BlackBerry Torch 9810 I wanted. Of course, the Torch 9810 was faster, battery life was longer, camera was far superior, and hey, BlackBerry is more suited for me.
Surphyse
No but overall, it's a great device.
That One R18
no
Sovisal Sen
Does this device have a front face camera? 
pioneer7777777
I would recommend replacing the stock battery with a third-party battery.
Michelle Price
If i show you a picture of a phone can you tell me if it is an HTC Inspire?? 
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