I was pretty impressed with the HTC Inspire, the first phone to tap into AT&T's faster HSPA+ 4G network. It's AT&T’s slickest Android phone yet – and the $99.99 price tag sweetens the deal.
The HTC Inspire comes loaded with Android 2.2, HTC Sense 2.0 and built-in Adobe Flash player. LCD screen is 4.3-inches. Camera is 8 megapixels with autofocus and flash, and records HD video in 720p. Has a 1 GHZ processor with 4GB of internal memory and 8 GB on a microSD memory card, but supports up to a 32 GB card. Can be a mobile hotspot for up to five devices with DataPro with Tethering plan.
But keep in mind that when AT&T releases its reportedly faster and more-improved LTE-4G network later this year, this phone won’t be able to take advantage of that.
Also, although the HTC Sense phone-finding features are handy, the map of the phone’s location is just a general area – not specific to know exactly where it is in a building. So it’s decent for helping you know if you left it at a restaurant or work, but not whether you left it in the bathroom or on your desk.
You can read the full review at MiamiHerald.com. But before you buy, be sure to check out AT&T's Motorola Atrix 4G that hits stores tomorrow (Feb. 22). Although I haven't had a model to test yet, the first "NirvanaPhone" is sure stand out from the rest of the Android herd.