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Product description
  • Wait for nothing, faster speed
  • Huge cinematic display
  • Power and speed
  • Next Generation HTC Sense platform
  • Camera Camera
  • Share your spot
  • Instant Internet
  • Android 2.2

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The HTC Inspire 4G is a trendy smartphone that takes your mobile phone experience to a new level. Powered by a 1 GHz processor, this HTC cell phone enables faster and smoother multitasking. Also, this smartphone runs on the Android 2.2 Froyo OS that supports installation of preferred applications. The 4.3-inch touchscreen display of the HTC Inspire 4G is ideal for watching movies, playing games and browsing the Internet. Stream your favorite movies, videos, and music at high speeds, as this HTC cell phone supports 3G. Additionally, you can surf the Internet even when you’re on the go using the Wi-Fi support of this 3G smartphone. What’s more, this HTC cell phone has an 8 MP camera. So now you can capture amazing moments in high quality.

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Product Identifiers
BrandHTC
MPN PD98120
CarrierAT&T
Family LineHTC Inspire
Model4G
UPC074904400013, 766783016996, 821793010485, 846924036813
TypeSmartphone

Key Features
Storage Capacity4 GB
ColorBlack
Network Generation3G
Network TechnologyGSM / GPRS / EDGE / HSDPA
BandEDGE 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband) UMTS/HSPA+ 850/1900
StyleBar
Camera8.0 MP

Memory
Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSDHC

Battery
Battery TypeLithium Ion
Battery Capacity1230 mAh
Battery Talk TimeUp to 360 min
Battery Standby TimeUp to 372 hr

Display
Display TechnologyLCD display
Diagonal Screen Size4.3 in.
Display Resolution800 x 480 pixels

Other Features
Touch ScreenYes
BluetoothYes
Digital CameraYes
GPSYes
QWERTY Physical KeyboardNo
Email AccessYes
Internet BrowserYes
SpeakerphoneYes

Dimensions
Height4.8 in.
Depth0.47 in.
Width2.72 in.
Weight5.78 oz

eBay Product ID: EPID99977922

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CNET Editors' reviewExcellent

  • THE GOOD

    The HTC Inspire 4G is affordably priced and boasts a large display. The Android 2.2 smartphone runs on AT&T's HSPA+ network and offers mobile hot-spot capabilities. New HTC Sense provides faster boot time and other enhancements. It also has an 8-megapixel camera that takes excellent photos.

  • THE BAD

    The smartphone is rather large and heavy, and the battery cover is difficult to remove. We didn't experience great 4G speeds. AT&T blocks third-party apps. Lacks a front-facing camera.

  • THE BOTTOM LINE

    Though dual-core phones are on the way, the HTC Inspire 4G stands as one of AT&T's best, high-end Android devices and is an incredible value.

  • (C) 2014 CBS Interactive., a CBS Company. All rights reserved. Used by permission.

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Created: 07/03/10

HTC EV

The all new HTC EVO is the bomb 8gig micro SD card (not on phone memory) the possibilities are endless you can use up to 32 gig micro SD card. The picture is bright but not great. I love the video webcam use it alot, when you text you can talk and it will type and is pretty accurate unless you have a lisp or bad accent it does awesome as a different app. you can talk to google, or talk to call a number, open a program the possibilities are endless again. The battery life is just ok expected from a power horse, car charger and extra charger for office makes this phone unstopable. The free apps. are plentiful and useful so I highly recomed task killer to kill all open tasks that way your battery won't drain so fast, the sound is loud and clear, the massive screen is bulky but welcomed when you watch you tube in HD or viewing pictures (8 megapixel camera on back with dual flash and a 1.3 megapixel camera with no flash on the front to use as quick camera to take picture of self or use as a webcam), The 1.0 GHZ Snapdragon processor is super fast (theres a free CPU clock speed test app. to clock download and up load speeds very impressive even if your in 3G area), video runs smoothly, HD you tube installed at factory, the up to 8 devices WiFi is a hefty 30.00 dollars extra but when I hooked up my phone to my laptop it ran faster than my DSL with AT&T's 6.0. The extra 10.00 price a month for the HTC is well worth it. iPhone users will be jealous of screen size and speed of phone.
Now the bad as mentioned before optional 30.00 WiFi, no choice 10.00 G4 usage fee weather you use G4 or not and G4 is not available everywhere yet (32 cities and I think another 30 will be added by late 2010) bulky screen but I love it and it gets alot of attention when im out and about and lastly battery life is just ok.
Overall this is a great first G4 phone for me (I dunno about you though) and I love this HTC EVO as with all phones they will do updates to improve alot and make better phones to top this phone but for now this is the best phone, so iPhone watch out your days are numbered. If your in the market for a new carrier then this is it no other phone compares to this phone as of 07-03-10 so IF you can get your hands on this phone then I say go for it 5 thumbs up.

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Created: 07/30/10

2nd best phone in Summer 2010 Market

I give it a good rating and not a excellent because there is still a lot of improvement that can be done. Phone looks and feel great, very stylish, up to date with technology, and superb screen size. I love the screen size for browser the internet and watching video. Of course i'm a guy and I got big khaki pockets for the phone so i don't mind the big bulkiness, i actually like the screen size more than the iphone. As far as speed, the internet is really fast but programs needs some work to move in and out faster. A fast internet but slow software isn't gonna help it much. The Android software stinks, could use better functionality like the iphone. I miss the iphone due to simplicity, easy to navigate and organize app around. Sprint network is great but their data network isn't that great. I can call and text instantly but having trouble connecting to the data network to use app that require online access.

9/6/10 Update:
Batteries perform good unless you are using flash from like watch youtube videos. That's why Iphone decided not to use flash on their phones and I know why now. From a full charge battery watching youtube, the whole battery drains in one hour compare to your regular videos which last for about 2.5 times longer. Going in and out of video files sometimes lags and freezes. Your video search loads kinda slow if you're trying to get all the way down to the bottom for your video. I wish you can set the setting for video to show just a list so it can scroll down faster than trying to load all the video picture while slowing down the scrolling down part. Be prepare to get extra batteries on the side and thank goodness this phone has that feature unlike the iphones. Once its dead its dead. Does what I need to do and they need to start putting up more general app like local banks, etrade, and etc.

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Created: 12/19/10

HTC EVO 4G = Best phone Sprint has

Great phone for Sprint. Runs Android well with the 1Ghz Snapdragon processor. Enough RAM in the phone to run many apps without many crashes. Even thought phone is considered to be "dated" already, it is still more up-to-date and usable than many other phones.

Pros:
- Great system performance (Can do 3D gaming decently)
- Two cameras (front and back)
- Back camera flash
- Back camera is 8 megapixels
- Excellent performance
- Nice screen
- Big screen
- 8GB microSD card included and installed
- Kick stand to stand phone in landscape and watch videos
- Pretty phone (subjective, I know)
- Does Sprint 4G where available
- The Wi-Fi does support 802.11n
- Has an FM Radio (have to plug headphones in to use it, the headphones will be an antenna)
- Proximity sensor (when on a call and held to you face, screen turns off)
- Flashlight app uses the LED flash as a light (works decently)
- HDMI out (never used, but can't see how it is a "Con")
- Most new EVOs run Android 2.2 with HTC's Sense UI (which works very nice on this phone)

Cons:
- More of a Sprint thing: Too much crapware pre-installed you cannot get rid of
- Mediocre battery life (but not as bad as some say)
- The big screen can be a bit hard to use for smaller hands
- Bottom buttons can a bit touchy at time when parts of your hand bump them

However, to ME, the Cons are a bit stretching it, this phone is fantastic - off contract, I have seen them as low as $400 new on eBay (I got mine for $429 with free shipping)

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Created: 04/08/11

The best smart phone I've ever owned

I'll preface my review of the Evo by saying I am a fan of Sprint. Best network experience I have had with a provider. I hope they stick around given all the talk of AT&T acquiring T-Mobile. Sprint will be prime for acquisition if that deal goes through.

I have had experience with all types of cutting-edge smart phones. Blackberry, iPhone, Palm. Lots of good in all of these form factors, but mostly bad. These devices have glass ceilings, where active, aggressive and demanding users like myself hit a wall with the capabilities of the device. We want it to do more, faster. Before Evo, I was an iPhone user, loved the phone. It's ability to combine work and social components is best in class IMO. The carrier prerequisite was the killer. AT&T service was just awful, dropped calls, slow networks speeds. iPhone on Verizon was not available when I switched to Evo. If it had been I may have tried it. But if I had I would not know the truth. Sprint and Evo are the best deal in the cell phone universe today.

I live and travel in 4G areas. Sprint speed is crazy fast, downloading 3-4mb in just under 10 seconds in most cases. Reception on the Evo is crystal clear, speaker phone mode is error free and noise cancellation makes all conversations a breeze.

Some knock the Evo's size (too big), but I find it comfortable to manage. Screen is bright and responsive. The HDMI out on the phone is crazy cool. I find myself playing back videos shot with the Evo on my TV, they look and sound great. Have downloaded HD movies from Amazon and played them through the phone to a hotel TV. Great option for those long business trips.

For those in the dark, EVO is an Android platform phone. Android has it all and it runs smooth on the EVO, never a crash or reboot for me.

Today it seems the cell phone you use is an extension of your personality and a statement about the kind of person you are (or want to be). For those who want to go a little bigger, brighter, faster, and flexible than the rest, take a look at Sprint and the amazing Evo. You won't be disappointed.

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Created: 05/01/11

HTC Inspire 4G stands as one of AT&T's best, high-end Android devi

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

The smartphone is rather large and heavy, and the battery cover is difficult to remove. We didn't experience great 4G speeds. AT&T blocks third-party apps. Lacks a front-facing camera.

Pros:
+ Super fast phone
+ Big screen
+ Great call quality
+ Android OS is way better than the ios on iPhone. Can copy music and photos directly onto SD card
+ DLNA support

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