HTC Droid Incredible 2 appears in Big Red's computer system
So while details are sketchy for now, it looks like the original HTC Droid Incredible is finally being put out to pasture while getting apparently replaced by a world phone. We earlier reported that the Droid Incredible 2 is expected to launch in this quarter and all signs point in that direction.
All signs point toward a coming launch of the HTC Droid Incredible 2, a global world phone, on Verizon
1. sinfulta posted on 26 Feb 2011, 13:29 2 2
Read between the lines folks. 63503PKSP, I just glanced at it and it looks like a sku for screen protectors. 6350(3pk=3 PACK) (SP= SCREEN PROTECTORS). Anyone from Verizon want to chime in and let us know if that's the normal sku for screen covers? Cause that's the way I read it, apparently not phone arena.
2. VZW REP (unregistered) posted on 26 Feb 2011, 15:01 2 2
That is. It's definitely for a new product though, the sku for the original incredible is 6300.
If this is the case, this is pretty cool but also a little confusing- most of us more or less consider the Thunderbolt to be the spiritual successor to the Incredible. We have no info on Incredible 2 though- wonder what the difference between this and the Thunderbolt will be...
4. vzw salesrep (unregistered) posted on 26 Feb 2011, 20:17 2 2
I work for verizon and that is 100% screen protectors. However about official specs you can see at htc.com. main difference is incredible 2 is 3g... thunderbolt is 4g other then that verizon doesn't tell us anything about the device. Im sure 90% of retail employees doesnt even know of its existence
5. meh (unregistered) posted on 27 Feb 2011, 04:45 1 2
do you guys atleast know what EHRPD means?
6. vzw salesrep (unregistered) posted on 27 Feb 2011, 09:58 1 2
based off all the skus we have i have never seen that in our system. so it has to be some sort of accessory. just cant think of what though... maybe some sort of dock?
8. Owlet posted on 28 Feb 2011, 00:19 1 2
From Google search:
Commonly known as 1xEV-DO. HRPD stands for "high rate packet data". It is a high-speed CDMA-based wireless data technology developed by Qualcomm.
"E" at the beginning maybe extended, enhanced... idn...
7. VZW REP (unregistered) posted on 27 Feb 2011, 14:59 1 2
So essentially it's just going to be a beefed up Incredible?
I kind of agree with Owlet how that could be confusing. I get that not every new phone NEEDS to run on our LTE network, but if I'm an average consumer I would probably assume that the successor to what was one of our flagship phones would have all of the latest specs- including 4G capable speeds. I'm wondering why they didn't just call the Thunderbolt the next phone in the Incredible line.
3. Owlet posted on 26 Feb 2011, 17:13 1 2
This is really confusing. We need to know more about this thing! Maybe I don't want ThunderBolt?!
9. Misanthropos posted on 28 Feb 2011, 13:18 1 1
maybe you should stop coveting android and start wanting a phone that works.
11. he_who_knows_better (unregistered) posted on 28 Feb 2011, 19:50 0 0
10. Owlet posted on 28 Feb 2011, 19:25 0 0
Which one do I want that doesn't work? Mind enlightening me on that one?