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The HTC Inspire 4G, an Android Gingerbread phone with 4G speeds, is now available for free at Radio Shack.
HTC and AT&T have released Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread for the HTC Inspire 4G.
AT&T has announced that all of its 2011 Android postpaid smartphones (also, the Samsung Captivate) will get a boost up to Gingerbread.
Amazon has dropped the price of the HTC Inspire 4G for AT&T to a measly $30.
AT&T, which has in the past prevented users from sideloading apps, or installing apps not obtained from Android Market, on their Android smartphone, is now enabling the feature on a few more devices since the launch of the Samsung Infuse 4G
The update that enables HSUPA speeds for the HTC Inspire 4G has begun to roll out.
According to a report, Best Buy will bring back their Free Phone Friday this week and offer up the HTC Inspire 4G and Samsung Fascinate for free.
Although the HTC Inspire 4G, introduced in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show, debuted as a 4G HSPA+ handset for U.S. carrier AT&T, the device will not allow users to enjoy high speed upload speeds denoted by the HSUPA protocol.
AT&T has recently announced the pricing for its mobile tethering plan as tethering will be a feature that will be available as an option on the company's upcoming HSPA+ 4G smartphones, such as the HTC Inspire 4G, Motorola Atrix 4G, and the Samsung Infuse 4G.
The HTC Inspire 4G is an Android smartphone with the HTC Sense user interface and a 4.3-inch display that debuted earlier this year at CES.