Price, Large screen, Easytouse menus, Excellent call quality, Impressive camera.
HTC Sense is great for new and experienced Android fans, Low $99 price, 4.3-inch screen is spacious
Beautiful large screen, Blazing fast performance, Excellent camera, Crystal clear voice quality, Superb social networking experience.
Unbelievable out of the gate pricing, Solid construction & design, Vibrant Super LCD display, Peppy performance
Large 4.3" display is bright and vivid with great viewing angles, Fantastic build quality, metal frame, rubberized plastic battery/card covers, and very solid feel overall, Great battery life I get two days of moderate use no problem, A hardware accelerat
Powerful phone at a great price. Lookit that screen! Dual mic noise canceling keeps calls clear. Overhauled Sense UI is snappy. Finally, a camera worth using. Built in DLNA for streaming media to home theaters.
Fast performance, Excellent call quality, well rounded software package with mobile hotspot, good camera, solid hardware construction with great large display.
Fast, huge display, elegant materials and HTC Sense software at a low price.
Large and slightly heavy, Data speeds slow for 4G, Battery cover difficult to remove
No front-facing camera, Speakers are a bit weak, Battery cover is difficult to remove, Still runs Android 2.2
Unimpressive HSPA speeds, Below average battery
Not really a "4G" phone yet (ahem, AT&T) at least I couldn't find any HSPA speeds in Los Angeles, WiFi / cell data connection switching and upload issues (see: Connection Problems) going back and forth off and on WiFi can cause annoying behavior. Uplo
Accessing the battery results in broken fingernails. Hotspot occasionally drops devices (like they’re hot) and tethering service will cost you extra. Headphone jack is woefully located at the bottom of the phone.
No front facing camera for video calls, 4G speeds aren’t quite 4Glike where we tested
GPS on our unit had issues indoors, battery life just passable.
By TechRadar on February 25, 2012
HTC are masters of cooking up a variety of subtly different smartphone designs, serving them up hot, fresh and customized to each carrier. One of the more affordable of these is the HTC Inspire 4G, an AT&T-branded variation of the Euro-centric HTC...70
By BrightHub on August 09, 2011
The HTC Inspire 4G is one of the best Android phones of early 2011. It offers a good alternative to the iPhone 4 on AT&T and at $99.99 with a new 2 year contract it represents excellent value.If you intend to play a lot of games and watch TV or...80
By ConsumerSearch on July 01, 2011
With its large screen, user-friendly interface and low price tag, the HTC Inspire 4G is a "true competitor to the iPhone for the average consumer," says Jerry Hildenbrand of AndroidCentral.com. Yet while it earns points from reviewers for its...-
By Digital Trends on May 02, 2011
The HTC Inspire 4G is a fantastic Android phone and it's one of the best values on AT&T....80
By Hardware Secrets on March 21, 2011
At USD 100 with a two-year contract, the HTC Inspire is a function-filled phone that is very affordably priced. With Android 2.2, the ability to use AT&T's HSPA+ 4G network, a large display, and mobile hot-spot capabilities, this phone has...-
By CellPhoneQuick on February 23, 2011
The display, its good camera, and the variety of apps available in the Android App Market all make it an excellent phone for entertainment. I’m not totally convinced that it deserves the “4G” in its name, but that might be due to where...-
By SlashPhone on February 23, 2011
Comes in Android 2.2 and a huge 4.3-inch super LCD touch screen, the HTC Inspire is now being offered by AT&T in US. AT&T is selling it at $99.99 with a 2-years service contract. If you are wondering how the Android smartphone perform with the 1GHz...-
By Android Central on February 23, 2011
The U.S. gets it first taste of the new HTC Senseand AT&T's 4G networkThe HTC Inspire 4G is AT&T's first foray into 4G data, and the carrier picked a very nice package for the debut. The Inspire is beautifully constructed with high-grade...-
By Phone Arena on February 21, 2011
Obviously, the HTC Inspire 4G doesn’t come off as being an innovative product that breaks down walls and barriers because we’ve seen it done already with the HTC EVO 4G. Nevertheless, it presents AT&T customers their first taste of a...90
By Brighthand on February 20, 2011
There's a lot to love about the HTC Inspire 4G, and I have finally found a phone that surpasses the HTC Droid Incredible as my favorite phone. The Inspire is reasonably good looking, performs astonishingly well, takes great photos, and is a dream to...100