Excerpt: To start, when I got the phone in May 2011 they told me that when 4G LTE was available, the phone would connect. This is not the case, the phone runs a HSPA+ radio and is now marketed as HTC Inspire 4G*. 4G is available in my area seeing as how my fiancees Atrix 2 4G connects to it. The phone itself, when left stock, is a ok phone. The sense interface is bad. Battery life while all the stock apps are running in the background is poor. Task managers do not seem to help.
Pros: Camera, Display, Size
Cons: Reception, HTC Sense(less), No front face camera, Music Player, Not actually 4G
Summary: i owned an htc aria and cracked the screen so i wanted something else, different, but still an htc ... this was the perfect choice, although it's huge compared to the compact aria, i love the features and capabilities, it's full of surprises, it's like an aria squared. the only thing i wish wouldd improve is the battery life but i'm not a heavy phone user so it doesn't affect me terribly.
Excerpt: I've had the inspire 4G for maybe... 7 to 10 months. I currently am on my second Inspire as my first one suffered a huge screen crack, and then was eventually dropped into a toilet (there's turning 21 for you). However, I've become addicted to my smartphone. I am a huge fan of HTC's products because of this phone. They simply make a good reliable phone. I won't lie, I first got this phone and it was kind of awkward.
Pros: the 4.3" display, fast processor, awesome camera, easy to do anything