The HTC inspire 4G belongs to the mediocre price ranged phones of HTC. Inspire 4G is capable of handling the GSM and HSPA networks. The set was announced in January 2011 and went to the availability status in February 2011.
Its dimensions are 122.9 x 68.1 x 11.7 mm (4.84 x 2.68 x 0.46 in), which makes it a broad and handsome choice for the customers. The weight is 163.9g, which can be compared to the heavy sets in the contemporary range. Inspire 4G only allows the mini SIM inside it.
Now let’s come to the displaying factors. Inspire 4G supports the S-LCD capacitive touch screen, available in 16 million colors. The screen size is 4.3 inches. We cannot claim it in the broadest cell phones, but it is bigger than the normal ones.
The resolution is 480*800 pixels which give a more than satisfactory result to the multimedia users. You will find the multi-touch feature in it as well. The screen is covered with a corning gorilla glass which makes it look firm and strong.
The HTC Sense User interface beautifies the touching experience. The operating system installed in the inspire 4G is the Android OS, v2.2 (Froyo) version. This is also called the ginger bread version. The chipset used in this set is the Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon.
The 1GHz CPU makes it run amazingly quicker as per its contemporaries. The Adreno 205 GPU polishes its operating system platform a great deal. HTC Inspire 4G supports up to 32 GB memory card, although 8GB card is already included in it from the factory settings. The internal memory is 4GB including a 768 MB RAM.
Now let’s come onto the most desirable feature of a smart phone, the camera. In this regard Inspire 4G is awesome. It offers an 8MP primary camera with astounding autofocus and a dual LED flash. The GEO tagging and face detection sub features also beautify the camera options.
The bad thing about this phone is that there is no secondary camera. It means you cannot make a video Skype call. The sound is good including a reasonable speaker embedded inside. Moreover Inspire 4G allows all basic connectivity tools including WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, Radio and a USB port.
There are a few sensors embedded in the phone as well, namely accelerometer, proximity and compass. The phone allows SMS thread views, MMS, email option, push emailing facility and the Instant Messaging service as well.
The Li-Ion 1230 mAh battery included in the inspire 4G gives it the 372 hours standby time and up to 6 hours of talk time. Inspire 4G comes in 3 colors. They are black, brown and red. The three colors are mostly in demand by the masses so it’s a good decision by the company.
As a conclusion, we can say that this mobile was a good addition to the quality smart phones league of 2011. It might not be effective and useful in the current year.
This is because it does not have a front camera as well as the better offered features these days.
See here the tutorial for HTC Inspire 4G.