Dell will pay you $25 to take the HTC Droid Incredible off its hands

Dell will pay you $25 to take the HTC Droid Incredible off its hands
The HTC Droid Incredible was once the hottest Android smartphone on the globe. With its 3.7 inch AMOLED screen (later changed to Sony's Super LCD display due to a shortage of material needed by Samsung to produce the AMOLED display) a 1GHz processor and an 8MP camera on the back, the handset quickly became Verizon's flagship device until the Motorola DROID X replaced it.

Still, there are many who still feel that despite the larger screen on the latter device, the HTC model is a superior phone. Unfortunately though, time has done its usual "thing" and the HTC Droid Incredible has been surpassed by a number of new Android devices. Perhaps that is why Dell.com will actually pay you $25 to take the phone from it for free.

From now until Monday, sign a new 2 year activation through Dell's web site and you will get the HTC Droid Incredible for free. Delivery and activation will also be on the house and Dell will give you a $25 gift card to lighten their inventory of the phone. Imagine getting paid to take a phone like the HTC Droid Incredible off of Dell's hands. The phone now comes out of the box with Android 2.2 and Adobe Flash Player 10.1 under the hood. We wonder how anyone looking to switch to Verizon could pass up what appears to be a great deal.

source: Dell



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Droid Incredible
  • Display 3.7 inches
    800 x 480 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera)
    front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon S1, 0.5GB RAM
  • Storage 8GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 1300 mAh
  • OS Android 2.3.4

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