AT&T turns the spotlights on the HTC Inspire 4G and HTC Freestyle
The avalanche of announcements of 4G phones is gaining more speed as CES 2011 officially starts today. AT&T didn’t waste any time and lifted the curtains on the new HTC Inspire 4G. They've also got a second HTC phone, the HTC Freestyle, though it's hardly as fast or as smart as the Inspire 4G.
The Inspire 4G is quite similar to the HTC Desire HD. Both devices run Android 2.2 with the latest version of the Sense UI. Under the hood you’ll find a the same 1Ghz processor and 768MB of RAM as in the Desire HD with the difference being the newly added 4GB of internal storage (still expandable with the MicroSD card slot). The touchscreen is the SuperLCD variety with the same size of 4.3”. As connectivity goes, the Inspire 4G offers 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and a GPS receiver with A-GPS.
And in other non-4G news, AT&T US also announced the HTC Freestyle, which is running on the Brew mobile platform. It packs a not so exciting 3.2” capacitive touch screen and supports cards up to 32GB.
My bro has a desire hd and i do have the inspire 4g the inspire screen much clearer than desire hd even on lowest brightness. Texts are much sharper
- 2011-05-05 12:08
Yes the downfall is the speaker is in the rear why what a crappy idea and design that was
- 2011-04-16 03:41
i totally agree with you i got a dhd aswell and compared the screen to my friends original desire and found that his phones screen was bluesish even when there was a white background and that shitty face and specially the back makes me womitt..:@@@...
- 2011-01-29 23:59