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review: HTC Inspire 4G high-end Android devices

review: HTC Inspire 4G high-end Android devices

review: HTC Inspire 4G high-end Android devices
HTC Inspire 4G high-end Android devices, htc at&t, htc android, droid
this is high-end android phone:
good: The HTC Inspire 4G is affordable and has a big screen. The Android 2.2 smartphone runs on the AT & T, HSPA + and delivers mobile hotspots. New HTC Sense offers lower startup time and other improvements. It also has an 8 megapixel camera that takes excellent photos.

The bad: The smart phone is quite big and heavy and the battery cover is difficult to remove. We had great speed of 4G. AT & T blocks third-party applications. It lacks a front camera.
The bottom line: Although dual-core phones are on the road, the HTC Inspire 4G is presented as one of the best of AT & T, the high-end Android device and is an incredible value.

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Inspire 4G HTC
Wars are 4G, and companies are getting pretty aggressive in their campaigns. Although a little slow at first, AT & T finally joined the fray and announced at CES 2011 that it will launch its LTE network in mid-2011 and release of 20 4G devices this year. The first of which is the HTC Inspire 4G.
Available from 13 February Inspire operates the company's HSPA + network (now recognized as 4G), which AT & T says it can offer data rates up to 4 times faster than its 3G network. Unfortunately, not experience anything close to that during our test period, but that does not mean dismissing the 4G Inspire. The device Android 2.2 is very capable and comes packed with mobile capabilities of hot spots, the latest version of HTC Sense, a touch screen 4.3 inches wide and 8-megapixel camera. When you factor that with its affordable price tag $ 99.99 (with contract), you have a great value buy. Although some might expect the next Motorola Atrix dual core 4G, the 4G Inspire HTC offers a lot of bang for your buck.

Design
The HTC Inspire 4G is the strides of the HTC Evo 4G HD7, 4.8 inches high by 2.7 inches wide by 0.46 inches thick and weighing 5.78 oz. The size certainly makes the conclusion and implementation of the device a little work, but nothing that can not get used to with some time. Furthermore, in the end, it remains a very slim device.

Like the Evo 4G, the 4G Inspire HTC is a handful.
The Inspire has a touch screen 4.3-inch WVGA that offers sharpness and brightness, although the colors are washed a little sunlight. The screen makes it very wide to control and multimedia web pages, and the accelerometer and a pinch to extend support, you can easily increase the display size. The touchscreen is very sensitive, and immediately registered all our taps and moves freely through menus and lists. However, there was a case where it got stuck on the screen in landscape mode, and we had to restart the phone to correct the problem.
Below the screen are the standard shortcuts to Android: start, menu, back, and search. There is a volume control on the left and a power button on top. Although the headphone jack of 3.5 mm was typically in the top of the latest smartphone from HTC, is now in the background along with micro-USB port. Unfortunately, there is no dedicated camera button or crowbar.
In the back, you'll find the camera and dual LED flash, but HTC has done a little something different with the battery cover on this occasion. In fact, there are two detachable parts: one at the bottom and one on the right side (when looking at your back). The former can be slid out to access the SIM card and memory card slots, while the latter allows access to the battery.

The battery cover, pictured right, is not easy to remove.
We have no problem that there are two compartments, but we have a problem with the fact that it is so difficult to pry the battery door. There is a small notch in the side that lets you use your fingernail or the like to help stand out from the cover, but you really need to put some muscle into it. After 15 minutes or so of failed attempts, finally use a coin to open it. Yes, in the grand scheme of things, this is a minor issue, but it was frustrating, however.
The HTC Inspire 4G comes with an AC adapter, USB cable, an 8 GB microSD card preinstalled, and reference material.
User Interface
The HTC Android ships 4G Inspire 2.2 and the new version of HTC Sense. The Inspire is actually the first smartphone in the U.S. HTC to introduce new custom user interface. For anyone who has had a smartphone from HTC, the change can not be immediately apparent, as the overall appearance of the user interface is the same. You still get seven customizable home screens, the display feature Salto, which provides thumbnails of all your home screen for easy access, and various widgets such as a friend Stream and Contact Group. At the top of each screen, there's a drop-down tray where you can see alerts and notifications and access to recently used applications.
What has changed in the sense of HTC is that it is faster. HTC CEO Peter Chou said that the new direction you'd be able to use the phone within 10 seconds of boot up (after initial configuration), and we can definitely vouch for that. In previous HTC phones we've tested, there was some waiting time for the start up, but with the Inspire, which was ready to go within a few seconds on. In addition, general use and navigation was more agile and more fluid.
There are other improvements too. Now get a unified inbox and new tools in the implementation of the camera, which we will expand on the features section, but one piece that you should keep in mind is HTCSense.com. This new site allows you to record your smartphone, so it can support and manage the contents of your phone. There is also a function of location phone to be launched by the bell (even in silent mode) if you lost your phone and if lost or stolen, the site gives you the ability to remotely wipe a phone.
While many have strong opinions about the value of custom user interfaces, we are of the mindset that if they help the user experience and not hinder future updates, then no problem. So far HTC Sense has met these criteria and these new features are welcome and useful.

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