I would purchase it if this phone would launch with qwerty sliding keypad along with 4.2 inches touch screen, then it would be more convinient to replace it with my nokia e90 communicator.
I am using htc hd7. Thats a windows phone. But htc inspire 4G is Android ver2.2(Froyo). What is your opinion? Is inspire 4G is better than hd2?
...., 19 Jan 2011now everyone have 4.3 inch phone..except T-mobile u.s.a.t-mobile has the hd7 windows phone
...., 19 Jan 2011now everyone have 4.3 inch phone..except T-mobile u.s.a.That's why Tmobile USA is not number 1 or 2 or 3 but number 4.
Wish they would swap the 1GHZ single core processor for a dual core, perish the idea of a 1230 mAh battery and put in a real battery with a higher capacity. Also I wonder if it will kill these Android phone makers to put in a 32GB or 64 GB internal memory like Apple does. Ahhh! Certainly not buying this piece of sh..
...., 19 Jan 2011now everyone have 4.3 inch phone..except T-mobile u.s.a.Have u heard of the htc HD2 or HD7. Did u Tmobile USA was the first offer smartphones with 4.3 inch screens.
...., 19 Jan 2011now everyone have 4.3 inch phone..except T-mobile u.s.a.t-mobile htc hd2 is 4.3
...., 19 Jan 2011why t-mobile u.s.a. never get a good HTC phone.change G2 To Desire Z PLZ....i am thinking to j... moreWhat do you mean change G2 to Desire Z? They're basically the same phone except G2 has some bloatware from the carrier(s).
I don't if Sprint has GSM network and have SIM card. Then you can buy an international GSM phone.
why t-mobile u.s.a. never get a good HTC phone.change G2 To Desire Z PLZ....i am thinking to jump to Sprint.
No longer HTC fan, 17 Jan 2011BORING!!! The last 20 or so HTC handsets have been virtually the same spec with different n... moreTwenty? Let's start counting the world versions: HD2, Desire HD, HD7... Only three. Add the US exclusives: Evo 4G, Thunderbolt 4G, Inspire 4G, and we have ONLY six 4.3 incher HTC. Nice exaggeration guys.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2011Yes, but this fills the gaps the DHD leaves: 850MHz band, for AT&T and Telstra Next-GAgreed, but HTC doesn't use Tetraband or Pentaband like iPhone4 or Nokia phones.
HTC does need to improve on their antennagate. I do see signals drop a few bars pretty often. But not enough to drop calls on my HTC Desire.
By the way, I'm pretty sure HTC is waiting for Qualcomm's dual snapdragon processors. HTC is a small company compare to Samsung, Apple, and Nokia. I think they'll wait for the dual processors.
The last 20 or so HTC handsets have been virtually the same spec with different names. No significant improvement has been been made since the first 4.3 inch screen model.
I agree that the HD2 was a ground breaking winner at the time but they milked that platform dry and some
We want something new and different like the HD2 was when it first came out!
Come on HTC, surprise us once more