HTC Inspire 4G coming to AT&T, rocks the new Sense, Android 2.2, and a 4.3″ screen

So far today has been AT&T’s big day. They have already announced the worlds thinnest smartphone, the worlds most powerful, and now arguably one of the worlds most talked about. The HTC Inspire is obviously a rendition of the EVO 4G and the Desire HD. It is the Snapdragon HTC Sense 4.3″ phone we have all come to love. It is finally hitting AT&T! For those of you stuck on AT&T who have been dying for a serious iPhone competitor in the form of Sense UI and the latest version of Android, wait no more. The Inspire will launch with Android 2.2, but HTC has actually been pretty good about upgrading their high-end Sense UI phones, so I am willing to bet we will see Android 2.3 on this shortly after we see it hit the Nexus One. We basically know everything about this phone, it is similar to the EVO and Desire HD. So lets jump right into the specs shall we?

Android™ 2.2 platform with built-in Adobe® Flash® Player

Latest version of HTC’s Sense UI with cloud services

4.3″ super LCD capacitive display

1 GHz Snapdragon™ processor with 4 GB onboard memory

and 8 GB of SD card storage

Mobile Hotspot** support

8 MP camera with 720p HD video recording

HSPA+ radio for faster 3G speeds (AT&T calls it 4G)

Nothing too surprising here. The Inspire for some reason doesn’t seem to be coming with a front facing camera. It looks like it might in the photos, but AT&T doesn’t make any mention of it. Without a front facing camera, this will be a tough sell when up against the new Galaxy S phone, the iPhone 4, and the Motorola Atrix. Much like the other phones announced for AT&T today, no official release date. We will keep our eyes peeled for that date and let you know as soon as we do.

[Source: AT&T]

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About Daniel Rodriguez
I am 22 years old, I am a little bit new to writing but I love it and I am addicted to gadgets, whether it be Phones, PC's, OS's. Software. I love it all!

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