Summary: Awesome phone. Love it!! I like the huge screen size. You can't beat it. The battery I would say is average for a smart phone. I can get through the day on a single charge if I don't do a whole lot of surfing the net with it. Call quality is great and the phone is very responsive.
Summary: I bought an HTC Inspire after having the iPhone 4 because of how many good things I’ve heard about HTC and their products. Now, I don’t feel any phone can truly call itself an “iPhone Killer”, because iPhones are a unique breed of smartphone that no smartphone company could really ever duplicate. That being said, I really love this phone as a good alternative to the iPhone, even though it is a bit outdated.
Summary: A real iphone killer! A++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Excerpt: It has been 5+ months owning this phone, but I totally love this phone ever since upgrading. When I got this red smartphone, it was quite cheap, ($30 @ Radio Shack), and I managed to get it. I love the Sense UI, but now Sense 3.5 is what I dearly want. I have read reviews and heard stories of how bad some aspects of this phone are, such as, mentioned by other owners, that the battery life is quite short (HTC Android's tend to not last as long as we want them too...
Pros: Large screen, Responsive, Fast H+ Speed/Connectivity, Sense UI, THE FACT THAT IT'S AN ANDROID, Multitasking, Talk&Surf (Yes, this phone can, I did it once and even looked it up for proof, iPhone aren't the only smartphones on AT&T w/such convenience)
Cons: Battery Life, No Front-facing camera, The volume rocker and the power buttons can be sticking out a little bit more..., Glare under especially under sunlight..., The Annoying-MUST-PAY-2-USE AT&T Bloatware