Review: HTC Inspire 4G
The Inspire 4G is the best Android handset being offered by AT&T at the moment. It gets almost all the basic features right.
The calling experience, contact management, battery life and Sense user interface make using the systems of the Inspire 4G a breeze. I was pleased with call quality, though during my testing period I was unable to find any of those 4G speeds being touted by AT&T.
HTC has made some tasteful improvements to the email and SMS options, and the social networking features are nearly limitless with the help of the Android Market. HTC also improved the music player (huzzah for EQs!) and the video playback options are better than on most other Android handsets.
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Add in good camera software, good imaging capabilities, a strong browser and a highly customizable user experience, and what you get is a solid phone.
For $99, the Inspire 4G is an easy phone to recommend. If you like big-screened Android phones that work really well, look no further than the Inspire 4G.
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