Excerpt: This phone really has all the ingredients to make me love it, but it just seemed to be lacking. It's sexy, built like a tank, huge beautiful screen, not plasticy, it should be a no-brainer homerun. Overall if you aren't looking for 4g speeds, and are able to (like me) charge your phone often...
Pros: Everything! 8 megapixel camera that takes awesome pictures. Large screen, love the weight of this phone and find it perfect. Video recordings look great as well. I have found no lag, everything runs very smoothly.
Cons: There are none. I have seen that some say battery life. I have always used the free version of JuiceDefender and find that i get great battery life.
Bottom line, this phone is awesome. Just struggles on battery
27 May 2011
Summary: Overall this is one of the phones currently out on the market. I went to this from an iPhone 4 and honestly like it better. I did enjoy the longer battery life on the iPhone, the front facing camera and iTunes/AppStore. Without argument, iPhone wins in those categories. The iPhone does have a way better resolution screen, however due to the Inspire's 4.3 inch screen vs the 3.5 on the iPhone, I am SUPER HAPPY.
Excerpt: This phone has everything a person who likes to personalize their phone wants. The display is immaculate, and the touch response is superb. But the deal maker for this one is the price. $99.00 for a two year contract from att easily makes this the best bang for your buck from any cell phone carrier. The phone is easy to use for new android users and has yet to disappoint.