HTC Inspire 4G Forum Added
Do you remember how excited we all got when the new members of the Desire family hit the shelves? The Desire HD in particular ended up being a sure fire hit. As it turns out, the Desire HD now has a brother, which was announced at CES this past month. The HTC Inspire 4G includes the ability of connecting to AT&T’s HSPA+, which would allow it to blaze through the interwebs. This is one of the much anticipated devices that were announced at CES as this will be one of AT&T’s entry points into the 4G wars. The remaining specs for this device are similar (and as impressive) as the Desire HD.
Do you have any goodies from this one yet? Maybe some info on pricing, availability, or maybe you got your hands on one already. If so, why don’t you share this with us?
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