HTC Droid Incredible 2 struts looks for the camera again
Just a reminder - the HTC Droid Incredible 2 is believed to be Verizon's version of the HTC Desire S, our review of which you can find here.
It should sport a larger 4" LCD display, second-gen 1GHz Snapdragon, 768MB of RAM, 8MP camera plus a front-facing one, and 8GB of internal memory.
Rumors were that it will ship with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but the leaked unit seems to be running Froyo for now. Not a bad set of specs, but nothing groundbreaking for the price either. Still, the iconic elevated back cover stays the same, and that certainly counts for something.
1. ATTCallCenter (unregistered)
The first Incredible is really good, not too much to improve on though. I see that this one does get double xenon flash which is neat and front facing camera
3. washburn005 (unregistered)
no 4g for this phone
4. Proy1986 (unregistered)
I'm glad they arent placing the 4G LTE radio in this device. I would much rather wait until 4G on Verizon is matured enough to be a fully functioning service in the US. Until then, it just sounds like a battery drainer to me. 3G has been around long enough that the coverage is extensive, the stability is superb, and for a cell phone, I dont need to download any faster than it is capable of. Plus I wont have to make sure I carry 3 batteries and 2 chargers on me at all times, which i believe defeats the purpose of owning a cell phone to begin with. I really think this would be the best business move for Verizon, as well as HTC. The original droid incredible was one of the top selling phones of all time, and I believe they hit the nail on the head with the moderate upgrades of such a good device. I expect Verizon to sell these very well, and i'm just hoping they don't cripple these amazing phones with the drain of 4G
* The screen is actually a Super LCD. Better color saturation, as well as deeper blacks.
5. HJackmon (unregistered)
I don't know why people are hung up on 4G, the phone is still fast, and 4G only works in a few limited markets, by the time 4G is as wide spread as 3G, network wise, any 4G phone released at this time will be obsolete. I bought the Thunderbolt and while it is cool, the true 4G isnt even available where I live.
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