HTC DROID INCREDIBLE Android Phone Black (Verizon Wireless)

The Droid Incredible by HTC, at it’s time, is the future of computing in the palm of your hand. The super-sleek phone is less than a half-inch thick, yet it packs powerful components such as a 1 GHz processor, 8-megapixel camera, and a large high-resolution screen. Featuring the Android OS with Google, the Droid Incredible provides easy access to all your social networks, websites, and thousands of applications, including Google Navigation with turn-by-turn directions.

Product Features

  • Slick, thin smartphone with 3.7-inch SLCD screen
  • 8-megapixel camera with flash. 720p Video Recording.
  • Android 2.2 OS with Google and multitasking
  • 1 GHz Snapdragon processor for outstanding performance
  • Clear ESN , Ready To Activate, No Contract Required

2 thoughts on “HTC DROID INCREDIBLE Android Phone Black (Verizon Wireless)

  1. strbildr

    works great!! htc droid incredible is a nice upgrade from the htc eris i used for two years, i like to buy the phones new out of contract once they become slightly outdated , they still work great but i don’t pay full price or get locked in. so far the incredible has been very reliable and easy to use, battery life is just fine , i use the advanced app killer all the time. so far so good, i think one thing people fail to remember is that these are phones with small batteries that some ask to do the things of a laptop all day that has a battery 100x the size . realistic expectations are required and you will be satisfied with your smart phone.

  2. B. Janusch

    A sturdy 3G smartphone still running strong after 21 months I pre-ordered this phone and got it the day it came out in April 2010. Since day one it has been a reliable phone that gets strong signal here in Phoenix. 21 months later I upgraded to a new dual-core, 4G phone only because I got the upgrade for free. I was more than ready to stay with my Incredible for even longer. The phone wasn’t perfect and there were 2 clear downs to it. The first being the brightness of the screen. It was not very useful outside. This was common in all of the 1st generation AMOLED screens. Second, 3.7″ is the absolute minimum screen size for a usable phone. The phone I switched to is 4.3″ and there is a noticible difference. That said, the phone never gave me trouble. It could play all early generation games, was great on WiFi and 3G alike, and came with a sturdy Sense skin from HTC that I loved. On the extended battery I got an easy 18 hours of battery life, which was more than enough.For someone looking for a way to make a cheap entry into Android smartphones, picking up one of these used would be a great idea.

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