AT&T launched the HTC Inspire 4G Android smartphone at $99.99 with a two-year contract. Read TechRepublic Editor in Chief Jason Hiner's review of the Inspire, and check out the related gallery, which features his unboxing of the Inspire and side-by-side photos next to popular rivals.
Here's an excerpt from Jason's review:
Smartphone users who want a top-tier Android experience with a large screen (4.3 inches), large virtual keyboard, and HTC's excellent Sense UI software will be very happy with the Inspire 4G. Of course, you also need to be in an area that has good AT&T 3G coverage (or, better yet, an area covered by AT&T's new HSPA+ network). If you don't mind the bulkiness of the Inspire, then the phone's hardware design will impress you with its unibody aluminum frame. Business users who need a powerful, reliable device for heavy daily use should like what they find in the Inspire.
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