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Winner of a HTC Inspire 4G Exclusive

Winner of a HTC Inspire 4G


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HTC Inspire 4G

Featured User Review


Jan 13
Sansa Fuze
Sansa Fuze
"Great for the first two months; freezes and crashes constantly "
Overall
3.2
This was my first smartphone and at first it was fantastic. I love that HTC clock, ease of uploading photos to Facebook, and gaming. However, after the second month of using the phone, it started to freeze on me. I took it to a store where they told me to clear cache for internet, etc. It helped at first, but even after doing that, my phone still freezes and crashes on me even on light usage. Using mobile network for five minutes can easily cut the battery in half and I'm not even talking... more...

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HTC Inspire 4G

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Aaron Baker

HTC Inspire 4G Review Pt. 2


HTC Inspire 4G Review Pt. 2
Aaron reviews the HTC Inspire 4G , AT&T's newest Android smartphone and an awesome addition to their lineup. With a 1 GHz next-generation Snapdragon processor, 4.3-inch screen, 8-megapixel camera, HSPA+ compatibility, and Android 2.2 (Froyo), it's an upgraded, GSM version of the popular HTC EVO 4G. What's more, it's the first US device to offer HTC Sense 2.0, the company's latest version of their popular user interface. As if the specs weren't enough, the $99.99 price tag is... more...

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