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MSRP $529.99
Release date April, 2010
Brand HTC
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Description

The HTC Droid Incredible is an Android 2.1-based touchscreen smartphone released by Verizon Wireless Networks in late April 2010. It features a 1GHz SnapDragon processor, 8GB of internal storage, and memory expansion via microSD (32GB). Also included is a 3.7” WVGA AMOLED display and, more importantly, an upgraded version of the notorious HTC Sense UI, which "seamlessly aggregates" all a user's social network information into one organized stream of updates. Unlike the Nexus One, the Droid Incredible runs a more genuine version of HTC Sense, versus the One’s “stock version.” This in turn allows for improvements like an expanded homescreen, ultra-fast navigation without bugginess, and a handful of HTC’s own widgets. According to Engadget, the HTC widgets “offer far more functionality than Google’s options.”

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Pros:
Do you agree?
8GB of internal storage
+10agreedisagree

standard micro USB connection
+10agreedisagree

3.5mm headphone jack
+10agreedisagree

HTC's custom Sense UI
+9agreedisagree

features the latest revision of Android (2.1)
+8agreedisagree

external storage expansion via microSD card reader (up to 32GB)
+8agreedisagree

8MP camera with dual LED flash and autofocus
+8agreedisagree

beautiful VGA AMOLED display (same as that found on the Nexus One)
+8agreedisagree

features the current high end 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU
+6agreedisagree

physical volume rocker
+6agreedisagree

generally improved touch response (both buttons and display) over the Nexus One
+6agreedisagree

optical trackpad
+5agreedisagree

improved speaker / earpiece sound performance over the Nexus One
+5agreedisagree

Flash Lite included
+4agreedisagree

Atmel maXTouch sensor for multi-touch (high precision, very low power, can detect indefinite number of points on the screen)
+4agreedisagree

edgy angular aesthetic - not your everyday HTC
+3agreedisagree

Cons:
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no HD video option for the camera
+6agreedisagree

aesthetic design isn't that sexy
+3agreedisagree

display is difficult to read in sunlight, suffers from oversaturated colours
+3agreedisagree

a standard 'starter' microSD card is not included (with Verizon)
+1agreedisagree




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