HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE did not come as a surprise when it was officially launched at this year's CTIA wireless. However, many are still eager to get their hands on the smartphone for Verizon Wireless. Over the last several months, some consumers had sufficient glimpses of the HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE. Because of this, most people seem to have created a somewhat good idea of what to anticipate from the phone.
This latest device with LTE capabilities will run under the Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 OS just like the Sense 4. It will have a Super LCD qHD panel that is 4 inches in size. Its two-core Snapdragon processor will have a power of 1.2 GHz.
Aside from all these, it has a removable battery of 1,700 mAh, support for microSD and a camera of 8 megapixels with 28mm lens.
Those who are familiar with the Droid Incredible of HTC or the next phones in the series will automatically identify the trusty hump on its rear. HTC and Verizon have not stayed very far from the formula of the Droid Incredible design.
On top of the Sense 4 firmware in the phone's internals, the HTC Incredible 4G LTE has only several features that are somewhat the same as other snartphones in the HTC line such as the One S and the One X. The HTC Incredible 4G LTE feels the same as its predecessors. It is light and feels even thinner than it actually is. Overall, it is comfortable to the touch as some say that it is smooth.
Since Verizon said that the smartphone runs on initial firmware as of this time, its performance did not get plenty of feedback.
Overall, the HTC Incredible 4G LTE is a newer Incredible 2 version with an improved processor and several specs' bumps that are worth noting.