About this product
|Family Line||HTC Inspire|
|Network Generation||2G, 3G, 4G|
|Network Technology||GSM / GPRS / EDGE / HSDPA|
|Band||EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband) UMTS/HSPA+ 850/1900|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MicroSDHC|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||1230 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 360 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 372 hr|
|Display Technology||LCD display|
|Display Resolution||800 x 480 pixels|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||No|
Most relevant reviews
- lesoleil2May 1, 2011by
HTC Inspire 4G stands as one of AT&T's best, high-end Android devi
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.<br><br>Pros:<br>+ Super fast phone<br>+ Big screen<br>+ Great call quality<br>+ Android OS is way better than the ios on iPhone. Can copy music and photos directly onto SD card<br>+ DLNA support
- bbp2834Jul 3, 2010by
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.<br>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.<br>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.Read full review
- eaglene608Aug 24, 2010by
Best phone I have had to date!
This is my 4th touch phone, 3rd one by HTC (Touch, Touch Pro) and 2nd Android one (Samsung Moment). I was looking to get the Iphone 4 but after looking playing with it for a bit and then this one, it was clear to me that this was the hands down winner for many reasons. To be honest, the price was the biggest reason (wanted unlocked one) but besides that, the size of the screen, the sturdy feel of it and the touch aspect being so close to that of the Iphone 4 all played major roles for me.<br><br>It is a bit bigger than any other phone I have had but I am getting used to it. I just remember that the easy to read screen is the reason why. I used to own an Ipod Touch but since this phone can not only handle a 32 GB micro sd card but also can perform as well on the touch aspect, I ended up getting rid of the Ipod. I am using this as both my phone and mp3 player. So far, the battery is handling pretty well but still have to charge once a day. I have ordered the larger battery but have not yet received it.<br><br>The accessories for the phone are quite numerous. I ordered 2 cases and settled on the Monaco Aluminum one as my primary. It has already done its job as I just dropped my phone yesterday for the 1st time on my cement walkway and no damage was done to the phone itself. The case sustained minor damage on one corner but only on the surface.<br><br>Overall, very pleased with all aspects of the phone and the amount of apps and accessories available for it.Read full review
- mprunty2Aug 4, 2010by
I'm officially in heaven.
The HTC Evo 4G is one of the best phones ever manufactured by HTC for Sprint. It combines some of the latest technologies with the fundamental necessities people need in order to create a robust and powerful smartphone able to stand toe-to-toe with the likes of Motorola's Droid X or Apple's iPhone 4. From an 8MP camera with LED flash on the back, to its 1.3MP camera on the front for possible self-portraits or video conferencing, to its 1Ghz Snapdragon processor...the list goes on and one.<br><br>The point I'm trying to make here is that the phone is already great. Couple it with a great service like Sprint and throw in 4G, and it's clear that HTC is and will be standing tall from here on out.
- mk67091Jun 15, 2010by
This phone is ridiculously awesome. I upgraded from a HTC Hero which was pretty nice but this phones screen blows it away. Sprint has the best plans for the best price with incredible 4G speed.