About this time last week, I first started playing with our Inspire 4G review unit.
And at first blush, I admittedly found myself enamored with this phone.
Don't let that statement deter you from considering purchasing it, though, because at (or on Amazon), the Inspire 4G is a steal of a deal if you're looking for a reasonably priced 4G smartphone. The Inspire 4G, again, has the potential to be great. Smartphones don't age like wine, and while the Desire HD is a truly wonderful hardware platform, AT&T and HTC need to keep up their ends of the bargain (network rollout and software updates, respectively) if they want this to be a competitive product.
The Inspire 4G packs an impressive spec sheet, even if the single core and WVGA display don't wow quite like they did a few months ago: In a sentence: The Inspire 4G is a great piece of hardware at a great price, but also a staunch reminder of the double-edged blade that is the UI overlay.
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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 i Phone 4, you can tell that the Inspire does not have a "Retina Display" as Apple calls it.
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13 in company owned retail stores and online at Portfolio AT&T is the leader in smartphones and expects to widen that lead in 2011.
In January, AT&T committed to an industry-leading Android portfolio in the U. in 2011 and said it plans to offer two 4G smartphones in the first quarter.
The HTC Inspire 4G is the first of more than 20 4G devices AT&T plans to deliver in 2011.
AT&T has completed the deployment of HSPA to virtually 100 percent of its mobile broadband network, which enables 4G speeds when combined with Ethernet or fiber backhaul.