Pros: Camera takes great pics and I love the large clear display also the clock is easy to see and love the bubble wallpaper:-)
Cons: The speaker is horrible on my side and everyone tells me it sounds like I am in a box. And it makes unwanted Calls! I guess the touch screen is so touchy I call people not knowing it! Yikes that can be very very bad! I tried to get call confirm (android)
Excerpt: For the most part this has been a very pleasant experience. My biggest complaint is I have to charge it every night, but I do use it pretty extensively. Other than that there's the whole deal about AT&T blocking 3rd party apps and not letting you uninstall their crap, but it hasn't been bugging me much.
Pros: First android phone for me,just switched from iphone 3gs,inspire just blowed iphone,it sounds rude to iphone users but thats truth,battery life used to suck but i just rooted my phone and flashed a custom rom,now now phone's battery lasts atleast 18 hours
Cons: Nothing really but battery is horrible with stock rom but easy fix with rooting and flashing a custom rom
Summary: After an excellent experience with the HTC Desire (which decided to have a swim a few weeks ago), I wanted to continue using HTC, and as the Evo 3D won't work in my country, Inspire 4G was an easy choice. Pros: 4G (HSPA+), Global phone, RAM, Design, Quick boot, Fast and polite (few bugs - if any?), Screen size and quality (works great in sunshine as well).
Pros: For Stock settings: excellent camera, great for games like Fast 5 as long as you know how to upload APK files, call quality is good, battery life is also a plus For Rooted phones: EVERYTHING is excellent and it beats all other phones with STOCK settings.
Cons: Stock phone: no front facing camera*I don't care for it so to me that's a plus*
Excerpt: I Have The Htc Aria , It Similar To The Htc Inspire , The Only Thing Different Is That Its 4g . I Am About To Get It But The Only Thing About The Phone That I Wnna Know Is That Can You Talk Face To Face Like The IPhone , Cause ' Its A Little Camera In The Front Of The Phone ( I Think ) , So Can You Talk Face To Face ?