Excerpt: I chose the inspire over the Atrix because of screen size, FM Radio, and everyday use. Since i have the AT&T 2GB data plan, I know that if i had the Atrix, I would be using the phone alot more which means that I'd go over the limit every month.
Pros: Screen, Internet Speed, User interface, FM Radio, Multimedia
Cons: Battery Life, Live Wallpaper Inconsistent sometimes
Excerpt: The Insipre is fantastic phone. Great feel and finish to the phone, I love HTC build quality, so much better than Motorola and Samsung which usually feel cheap and plasticy. Also fast downs speeds with HSPA+, now I know it's not true 4G and it's not LTE, but I constantly get 3.5-4 mbs down...
Excerpt: I know there are so many great phones out there and for me saying this is the best it would be bias. I owned many phones, and I probably loved them all at one point. except for those i kept for a day.
Excerpt: This phone is simply amazing. HTC caught my eye with the amazing HD2 (minus the OS). I am an android fan-boy but I have had at least one phone from each of the of the competing operating systems.
Summary: Horrible phone with even worse customer service! Within the first two weeks of owning this phone the power button broke. It is not too fun to have a phone that restarts randomly. However it was under warranty so all was not lost.
Summary: This phone has one of the biggest screens on the market right now, which is great if you surf the web mainly on your phone. 5 stars there. It's also my first smart phone I've owned, and I'm pretty biased towards the Android market; I have no plans of ever owning an iPhone.
Generally good transition for this ex-Apple-phone user
Richard H, Amazon
5 June 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.