HTC Inspire 4G: High-powered Android, low-ball price
The HTC Inspire 4G has the features to rival the top Android smartphones, while being launched at the meager price of $99 by AT&T, which is trying to lure new Android customers now that it has lost its exclusive hold on the iPhone. Here is our full unboxing of the Inspire and side-by-side photos next to popular rivals.
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I purchased the Inspire last Wednesday and I love it. I switched from a BB Curve 8310. I know, most smart phones out there would be an upgrade, but there are only two things so far I could say bad about it and I am not the first to metion them. The camera has to be completely still when taking pics (and whatever one is taking a picture of needs to be still) and not having a camera facing the user. I have a couple other things I want to be able to do, but I just think I haven't found the proper app for it. I love the fact you can tether and have a hotspot without having to pay for tethering and without having to root (jailbreak) the phone. Of course it doesn't come that way, but a quick Internet search and there are instructions on how to do it. I have an unlimited data plan, so I don't have to worry about overages when tethering. :-)
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