The HTC Inspire 4G, this Evo or Desire HD for AT&T that was officially unveiled yesterday, won’t be sold only in the United States, it seems.
By HTC’s own admission, the Inspire 4G will be making its way up North and hitting Telus in Canada. An HTC support document that’s already up on HTC’s site makes that pretty clear.
As expected by its looks, the specs of the Inspire 4G are rather identical to those of the Desire HD. Here’s a quick recap: 1 GHz processor, 768 MB of RAM, 14.4 Mbps HSPA, 8 megapixel camera. The Inspire 4G does have 4GB of onboard memory (ROM), compared to the Desire HD’s 1.5 though. This phone will be the first to bring the new HTC Sense UI to the US, let’s not forget (the new Sense debuted on the Europe-bound Desire HD and Desire Z).
AT&T does seem to have gone T-Mobile’s way, as they’re branding this phone ’4G’ even if it’s ‘only’ got HSPA+ capabilities. It may be safe to assume that from now on, everything will be ’4G’. Until some carrier decides to go ’5G’, of course.
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