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Old September 27th, 2011, 09:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What's your favorite Inspire feature?

I just switched from a Samsung Captivate, and this phone is better hands down. Battery life isn't even that bad for me, so its a no brainer.

Still trying to learn everything about HTC, but whats your favorite feature?

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The metal body. Always wanted a metal phone.

but I'm scared of ruining it so I keep it covered up in $45 worth of ugly rubber and plastic.
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The metal body. Always wanted a metal phone.

but I'm scared of ruining it so I keep it covered up in $45 worth of ugly rubber and plastic.
I agree. I prefer a heavier phone made out of metal. Today I dropped my phone for the first time when getting out of the car. I forgot I had it on my legs and it fell into the ground. The "ugly rubber" received all the impact, the phone had no damage at all.

On the features, I definitely love HTC sense. Im not sure how different the experience could be compared to other androids because this is my first android, but it's definitely way better than any iPhone. I constantly use my girlfriend's 3Gs and it has never surprised me at all.

I like the way everything syncs with your contacts. HTC widgets are nice to.
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I also like the heft of the phone's metal body.

Also, and I don't think this is exclusive to the Inspire but it was the first thing that made me look away from an iPhone for my first smartphone, I like the accessible battery that I can change with a spare anytime.
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I also like the heft of the phone's metal body.

Also, and I don't think this is exclusive to the Inspire but it was the first thing that made me look away from an iPhone for my first smartphone, I like the accessible battery that I can change with a spare anytime.
That's exclusive for any non-apple phone
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I like the overall speed of the phone. Coming from an iphone 4, and samsung captivate....going through apps and webpages is so fast.
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That's exclusive for any non-apple phone
No its not.........dont b biased man........and the inspires battery is just about the worst possible design ever

Anyway, my favorite feature is how HTC sense intergrates the proximity sensor and accel into the phone app (flip for speaker etc.)
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I love HTC Sense and the camera.
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It has to be size of the screen...i came from an iPhone 4, and the size of the screen is the best. I'm a pretty big fan of Sense 3.0 too...
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I had an iPhone 3GS before this phone, so you can imagine the change. What I loved most, was of course, the screen size and also the heft and mass the phone has. Some people call it ungainly bulk but I call it power.
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