Summary: Before buying this mobile phone, I was reading lots of reviews and watching lots of video comparisons among several smartphones, and many of them lead me towards the HTC Inspire 4G. I was a little worried though, thinking that it might not work here in Peru.
Summary: Mine is not exactly a prepaid phone, but I have had this phone for 5 months. It is by far the best phone I have ever had. Not only did I fall in love with android, but I fell in love with HTC.
Summary: I have had this phone for 5 months, and it is by far the best phone I have ever had. I have owned a very many phones over a period of 17 years. Not only did I fall in love with android, but I fell in love with HTC.
Excerpt: I purchase this phone about two weeks after the phone was released to the public. I went from the RIM 8520 to this phone. I had done a lot of research into this phone before i purchase it, even talked with the warranty department for HTC, (cause I work with some of them) and this phone came highly...
Excerpt: Overall I am very impressed with the inspire. This is a huge step up from my previous from, and I am very happy with all of the interesting things it has to offer. Pros: -Like others have said, the screen is huge -It is incredibly fast, it can download apps in under 30 seconds -The camera is...
Generally good transition for this ex-Apple-phone user
Richard H, Amazon
18 November 2011
Summary: After four years of Apple phones, I started using this unlocked phone two weeks ago. In general, I really like it. The contact import (via Bluetooth) went really well and it was easy to use straight out of the box. It is a lot faster than the 3GS that I replaced.
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.
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
Summary: I always thought that iPhone is top of the game - I mean, Apple products usually are, right? Well, I was looking for a gift for my wife's birthday and I really didn't like price of unlocked iPhone.
Summary: After about a week with my new HTC Inspire, I am pleased with my purchase. This is an AT&T Branded phone (AT&T logo on casing and AT&T Splash screen at boot), but it is unlocked. I popped my international SIM into the device and it worked like a charm.