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
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.
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.
I used a coupon from wirelesspromocode.org if any one else is looking to buy a phone I'd check there before, they might have a coupon for whatever you're buyin...