Review: HTC Inspire 4G
Phone Scoop takes AT&T's first "4G" phone for a whirl. While the hardware and system performance impress, does the Inspire's mobile broadband prowess live up to the "4G" marketing hype?
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Whether or not you want to define AT&T's HSPA+ network as 4G, the HTC Inspire 4G is the first device for AT&T to bear the “4G” designation. Even without the 4G moniker, the Inspire is an inspiring device for Android lovers.
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