HTC Thunderbolt Battles Inspire 4G In Comparison Videos

So how about a battle of the Android 4G giants whereby the HTC Thunderbolt 4G goes face to face in a comparison battle against the HTC Inspire 4G? Good because that’s exactly what we have for your viewing pleasure.

Aaron Baker over at Phone Dog has done the deed in pitting these two Android 2.2 Froyo 4G enabled smartphones against each other in a two-part video, so basically also pitting a Verizon 4G handset against an AT&T 4G handset, so an added bonus.

Spec wise there isn’t much difference between the two Android devices with the exception of the HTC Thunderbolt sporting a front facing camera while the HTC Inspire doesn’t, and of course the Thunderbolt has that built-in kickstand, but the Thunderbolt costs $249.99 on Verizon while the Inspire 4G costs $99.99 on AT&T.

So will these two Froyo 4G smartphones come out equal, can the HTC Inspire 4G take down the HTC Thunderbolt, will there be a clear winner in the Thunderbolt versus Inspire face off? To find out you are going to have to hit those play buttons below, and feel free to let us know if you agree or disagree with the outcome…enjoy.


2 thoughts on “HTC Thunderbolt Battles Inspire 4G In Comparison Videos”

  1. MomNMotion says:

    Inspire 4G Instead of Thunderbolt
    I compared the two devices and I returned the Thunderbolt. I didn't mind paying the higher price, but when I ran into problems with the Thunderbolt, I found the VZW representatives to be arrogant. The initial TB I had ran hot, had several connection failed errors and did not always send SMS messages. It also had horrible call quality. I swapped out the device and the second TB was improved, but the call quality was still only at fair and I found that unacceptable for Big Red. Speeds were blazing fast. Simultaneous talk and internet worked sometime and other times it halted the internet or degraded the call quality.

    For me the Inspire 4G won out due to call quality and overall value. The Inpire's styling is a pinch more unique and not EVO'ish. The Inspire's lower cost and more competitve price plans helped A WHOLE LOT.

    I was a little worried about the ATT network reputation, but when I ran into the Connection Failed errors with the Thunderbolt and a dropped call, it was clear that they all have weaknesses.

  2. LOGOS says:

    That the iPhone 4 has been out for some time now, and had been before it was even released on Verizon. Its sales are now slowing due to the fact that the iPhone 5 is not too far away, and consumers will probably want to stick it out until then. I personally know a few people that are of that mindset. iPhone sales have always took a steady decline once the initial hype wears down, and more so when the new iteration is just around the corner.

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