HTC Inspire 4G Finally Brings New Sense Stateside
AT&T and HTC have announced the HTC Inspire 4G, the first phone in the U.S. with HTC's new Sense interface and services package. Originally launched in Europe on the HTC Desire HD and Desire Z, the new Sense offers features like a fastboot hibernation mode for quick startup times, as well as services from the HTCSense.com Web site, including a phone locator for lost devices, as well as remote lock and wipe features. The HTC Inspire 4G features a 4.3-inch, WVGA touchscreen, as well as HSPA+ networking. Around back, an 8-megapixel camera with 2 LED flash lights will shoot photos. The phone will also feature DLNA for networked home media collections, as well as mobile hotspot capabilities to connect up to 5 devices via Wi-Fi.
Where's the FFC?
FAIL AT&T. Stop kissing Jobs' a$$. Verizon will get the iPhone soon so you better step up your game when it comes to Android devices. Just saying
Um, this looks like a terrific device.
Behold, The AT&T EVO...