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So has the inspire made you love HTC???

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by AndreaCristiano, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. AndreaCristiano

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    I have loved HTC for a while and I tried other units from other companies but now that I have the inspire I have decided that I am HTC for life! Anyone else?
     

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    of course, I think it will be HTC from now on. I might test drive others, but nothing beats the quality of HTC from what I have seen. oh by the way I saw the Samsung Captivate at Toysrus the other day, right next to the little phone with eyes. It's a damn shame what companies put out these days. :p
     
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    Yea I have had a soft spot for them.for a long time but this one has solidified there place
     
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    man i cant wait to ditch my eye phone !!!!!!! called and called and cant seem to get a complete reduced upgrade (now time to save some $)
     
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    by the way Andrea do you ever sleep :D for the past six months I have combed the forums and a few others and you are everywhere and all the time. guess that is a good thing to have good hardcore fans. good job :p
     
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    Are we talking about the same HTC that makes the EVO?
     
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    Yes why?
     
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    Yes sometimes lol :)
     
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    Well it seems weird that someone would say nobody beats the quality of HTC when the EVO was pretty much HTC's biggest phone last year, and it has more problems than any phone I'm aware of.

    I'll leave you guys to this thread... HTC is alright.. I wouldn't tout their quality as one of their strong suits though.
     
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    Bro no offense EVO had some issues but the worst was the galaxy s phones quality wise
     
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    I had and loved HTC Aria, but it was tooooo small, got the capi and hated it every single day, now I am totally happy with new inspire, size is perfect, will never buy from samsung again...captivate is in the recycle bin...
     
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    I agree Samsung can suck it
     
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    They make fine Blue-ray players and GREAT flat screen TVs.
     
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    I have 10 HTC EVOs in my family. Three in my home alone...Mine was a google I/O phone and was activated on 5/21/10...Never had one problem with my Evo until I flashed a rom that wasnt good and broke it...Dont know where all the problems are with the evo because everyone I know with one hasnt had one issue...
     
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    The Inspire is a great phone however I will be exchanging mine for an Atrix. The Inspire is a bit too heavy and large for my personal taste. Battery life is about what I expected it to be. Good luck guys. The Inspire is a great phone and I am sure there will be even more great tweaks and mods for it as time goes on!
     
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    I don't have any issues on mine, but my girlfriend's has had 2 hardware defects..

    Anyone else NOT having light leakage by the capacitive buttons? - Android Forums

    42% out of 420 polled had light leakage. Its a well documented issue.. Engadget, product reviews.net, ubergizmo, and a number of other reviewers have all noted it.

    xda-developers - View Poll Results

    How about 40% of 700 having cracks by the power button? This has also been noted by cell phone reviewers.

    Do we get the point or do I have to google something for broken USB ports and dust under the screen? How about the "b-spot?"
     
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    It made me love HTC even MORE. After the N1 I was officially an HTC lover. I love the overall build and quality, it just feels so nice in the hand. I'm new to Sense since N1 was stock Android, and love it as well. I can't ever see myself going to a Motorola or Samsung again. I'm and HTCer.
     
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    Ok no need to get tude but still galaxy S worse. Second inspire whole other ball game
     
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    Good luck with that. Sad to see you go as for me no love for atrix
     
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    Just out of curiosity, who would you recommend when it comes to quality then? I've had LG phones that crapped out on me, Motorola's that have as well, and Samsung was by far the worst (phone) manufacturer ever in my book (both feature and smartphones). I just don't see very much out there that can compare to what HTC has out right now (excluded the Atrix, we'll see about that).
     
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    I'm willing to give every phone a chance, but as of right now I'm right there with you. I'm Inspired.
     
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    From handling the atrix it felt cheap and plasticky the screen also wasn't as nice as many people thought and when certain apps launched they rendered horribly. I hope whomever gets it will be happy with it but I don't think it compares
     
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    Just been waiting for att to put out a real android (sorry aria, but your close but to cheap) for months. Samsung, do we really need to say how we feel about you, and then theres motorola, well i dont have time. Att has a great phone on its hands!
     
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    Definitely have support for HTC. I had the Fuze when it first came out and I loved the phone for the longest time. With big community support like xda development the phone was brand new to me everytime I flashed a new Rom. Unfortunately it couldn't handle Sense very smooth and the phone started to become dated. Went to a Nokia E72 with symbian 3 os dated there as well. Now I'm back to Htc with the Inspire and it feels like a breath of fresh air. Everything runs smooth the way I like. Perfect so far.
     
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    I just realized that the N1 wasn't my first HTC phone. My first was the Cingular 8525 haha, old school. I had no idea it was made by HTC. Couldn't stand Windows Mobile tho. Laggggggggggggy.
     

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