The long-awaited Droid Incredible 4G LTE was finally announced at CTIA 2012.
The incredible Droid Incredible has always been one of HTC's best offerings, whenever it's been offered before. But the landscape has changed dramatically since the Droid Incredible 2 was released, and the Droid Incredible, at least aesthetically, really hasn't.
While it's certainly not one of HTC's flagship phones (that award goes to the HTC One X and upcoming HTC Evo 4G LTE), it's still nothing to scoff at.
The tiny phone has a long list of enviable specs, including Ice Cream Sandwich, a 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, a 960 x 540 Super LCD, and Beats Audio integration.
There's a microSD slot that can boost the Incredible 4G LTE to 32GB memory, which is one of its few edges on the One series.
Regardless of whatever marketing Verizon and HTC start rolling out around this phone, there's definitely the sense that this isn't one of their favored handsets. It's tiny, and plastic, and looks and feels quite a bit like its predecessors (though there is absolutely no denying the gorgeous display). Instead, it's an option for those that value a smaller screen size (or have a weird nostalgia for DIncs).
The plasticky frame feels surprisingly chunky when compared to the One series (an unfortunate side-effect of having to cram impressive specs into a smaller handset)
Droid Incredible 4G LTE release date
The Droid Incredible 4G LTE will be available at the end of May, yet there's still no word on pricing.