The HTC Inspire 4G will be the first 4G smartphone that AT&T will sell. The HTC Inspire 4G is basically a version of the HTC Desire HD tailor-made for AT&T, complete with HSPA+ support (what AT&T and T-Mobile call ’4G’).
The Inspire 4G was first unveiled during CES earlier this month, but back then there was no info on availability or pricing.
Today, AT&T has issued a press release which rectifies that. The Inspire 4G will be available on February 13. It will cost just $99.99, if you opt to sign a new two-year agreement of course. This will be the first Android device on AT&T to run Android 2.2 and have mobile hotspot capabilities.
And, being so aggressively priced (it’s basically half the price of what is usually charged by carriers for such high-end devices), it will probably sell very well, helped by the ‘first 4G phone on AT&T’ moniker too.
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