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HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE review
7 January 2014
Summary: The Droid Incredible line on Verizon has always been a sleeper favorite. Although the series never seems to have gotten the full marketing muscle from the carrier, HTC gave the original Incredible and the Incredible 2 decent specs and unique design language that garnered a well-deserved fanbase. Now, the third iteration in the series has arrived with the Droid Incredible 4G LTE.
Pros: Verizon LTE is very fast, Android 4.0, Nice in the hand
Excerpt: The recent trend in smartphones has been growth. Many developers believe that people want the biggest device available. However, there are still people who want small phones. Fortunately, the HTC Droid Incredible 4G is a small smartphone that does not sacrifice quality for size.
Pros: The user interface is easy to learn, and the phone is smaller than many of its rivals.
Cons: The battery is relatively weak and will not last a full day.
Excerpt: If you can’t palm a basketball, you can forget about holding most Android phones these days. Verizon’s recent addition to the Droid Incredible family is quite the unwieldy mouthful, but the same thing can’t be said about its proportions. The so-called HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE’s highlights include Android 4.0 (with HTC’s Sense 4.0 on top), a 1.2 GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 4G LTE data speeds, 8 GB of onboard storage and a 4-inch, 960×540 qHD super Gorilla Glass...
Summary: If you're in the market for something small, then the Incredible is your best bet. With 2012 internals, it beats out the iPhone (unless you're particularly tied to iOS). If you want the latest and...
Pros: Great performance, Pocket-ability, Android 4.0
Cons: Thick, Middle resolution, Sense inconsistencies
Excerpt: Sifting through the Android smartphone offerings from Verizon Wireless might seem like a daunting task for someone who is new to the world of smartphones. With around 20 different phones to choose from, a lot of buyers might just throw in the towel and opt for an iPhone. My primary phone actually is the iPhone 4S , but I’ve been considering hopping back into the Android pool for awhile… at least till the iPhone 5 gets released and pulls me back into the land of Apple.
Pros: Pocket friendly size, Snappy performance, Good audio quality for music and calls
Cons: Back cover flexs in your hand, Phone gets warm with use, Speaker slots on the back can be blocked by your hand while holding the phone
Excerpt: Not long ago, HTC announced that they were no longer going to participate in the rat race of who can make more phones faster. Instead they wanted to focus on making truly great phones, so they would stand out and be noticed. When it comes to the One X and the One S, I would say that HTC accomplished that goal handily. For Verizon Wireless, HTC decided to continue their line of Droid branded phones with the Incredible 4G LTE.
HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE review: In small packages
26 July 2012
Conclusion: Powerful hardware, LTE network connectivity, (mostly) good software experience - there is plenty to fall for when you look at the HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE. The smartphone has essentially carved a niche in the US market, which is yet to be explored by the competition. There are still plenty of people out there (including some in our office), who believe that any screen larger than 4" is simply pushing the envelope a bit too far.
Pros: LTE/EVDO/CDMA network support, 4 " 16M-color Super LCD capacitive touchscreen of qHD resolution (960 x 540 pixels); Gorilla glass, Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC Sense 4.0, 1.2 GHz dual-core Krait CPU, Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960 chipset, 1 GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, microSD card slot, 8 MP autofocus camera with LED flash; face detection and geotagging, 1080p and 720p video recording @ 30fps with stereo sound, 720p front-facing camera for video-chat, Wi-...
Cons: Rather thick for a high-end device at 11.7mm, Verizon's UI customizations are extremely intrusive, Ageing looks, No dedicated camera button, No FM radio