I had that phone, and my sister currently has it. It is a very good phone, with some notable drawbacks. One, it is a 3 year old phone, so it's 3 year old tech. That means it is much slower than current phones. Also, it is known for poor battery life, and I can confirm. It will not last you all day with moderate use. Lastly, it's 4G is Wimax, which is a dead technology and is being replaced by LTE. Sprint will still support it for a while, but sooner rather than later it will be switched off. I give it maybe 2-3 years tops. I would say that there are much better phones out there nowadays, for not too much money. If you can, look into the Samsung Galaxy S2. I have to say that after using an HTC phone, 2 samsung phones, and an Asus tablet, I will only buy Samsung products from now on. They are the Apple of the Android world.