I bought a used iPhone 4 and went back to a phone that reliably works when I need it to. I enjoyed the HTC till it would lag, randomly freeze up, and most notably it had started to randomly reboot. I can't blame Android since my Xoom has been very stable, but from what the AT&T rep has told me HTC seems to have a reputation for this sort of stuff, at least the ones they carry.
Either way, I'm back to using a iPhone 4. I'm well out of contract, I'm going to wait and see whats on the phone horizon in the coming months. Likely I'll just get the new iPhone, while I miss the functionality of android and how much freedom it offers ultimately I just need a reliable phone that works when I need it to.
Well, it's official guys. I have purchased an unlocked Galaxy Nexus this morning and it is currently in transit to my place by Monday, it's been a fun ride. But, I've finally had enough with all the issues I had to put up with on this phone.
HTC's image has not been tarnished in the least by my experience of the Inspire 4G. HTC makes great feeling phones that are durable and up to par on the high end spectrum of smartphones.
I just felt it was time to move on to something different, hope ya'll continue enjoying your phones!
The HTC Inspire 4G was released as the first phone to run on AT&T's 4G HSPA+ network. The device features a large, 4.3-inch display, 8MP camera capable of 720p HD video capture, and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor. The name of the game here is ... Read More