Excerpt: Under the hood the Incredible S has undergone a RAM upgrade, from 512MB up to 768MB, while the processor is the 1GHz Snapdragon chip so favoured by HTC. This brings it up to exactly the same chip spec as the new Desire S, and reveals the main weak spot of the phone – a 1 Ghz processor.
Pros: Screen, Orientation-correct buttons, Sense UI
Cons: Finger-mark susceptible rubber coating,, No dual core processo
Summary: HTC released the Droid Incredible exclusively in the U.S. for Verizon Wireless. At the 2011 Mobile World Congress, the successor, the Incredible S was unveiled. Unlike its predecessor, the Incredible S will be available globally. How well will the successor fare in the competitive market?
Summary: It's not easy to find something you love. Some people loved the HTC Desire for the balance it brings to portability and performance. Others wanted more out of its screen real estate, and chose to side with the HTC Desire HD and its 4.3-inch screen.
Pros: Unique build with firm grip, SRS WOW HD audio enhancement, Smooth user experience
Cons: Lackluster imaging performance, Weak battery life, No groundbreaking improvements
Excerpt: Another week, another HTC handset, or so it seems. This is the one with the rubbery cover, plus not-quite-fresh Android 2.2, 1GHz processor, 8-megapixel camera and 102mm (4-inch) touch screen.
Excerpt: The HTC Incredible S takes the franchise one step beyond, offering a 4-inch WVGA Super LCD display, generating 480 x 800 pixel resolution, an 8MP camera with dual LED flash and auto-focus, HD video record, secondary camera for video calling, MP3 player, FM radio and native YouTube player.
Conclusion: The Incredible S is a high performance smartphone with a great screen. It is let down by the lack of Android 2.3 Gingerbread and the latest version of HTC Sense. So unless the 8MP camera is vital we would suggest opting for the instead, which has only a slightly worse camera and a slightly smaller...
Pros: Impressive screen quality, great cameras, good build quality.
Cons: Has only Android 2.2 Froyo and not the latest HTC Sense GUI., Nothing.