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HTC Incredible Gets Cellebrite Love

Digging up dirt on the HTC EVO 4G wasn’t the only AndroidForums.com members were doing today – they were also snooping around for HTC Incredible info and happened to come across some evidence that the device is pretty darn close to announcement/launch. They’ve found that its now been Cellebrited:

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Supposedly the Incredible is already arriving in warehouses, so I would just consider this one more hurdle jumped. Whether or not this and the VZW Nexus One will launch in the next few weeks or next few months is still up for discussion, but we’re all hoping for the former. We’ll let you know…




  • DAVE

    Cellebrite? What’s that?

  • http://www.omgandroid.com OMG Android App Reviews

    Lots of HTC phones coming out lately.

    They are on a roll.

  • Patrick

    cellbrite is how you move data from old cell phones to new ones.

  • http://pickledpc.com Pickle

    Awesome can’t wait for VZW to launch the Incredible or Nexus One!

  • pieter

    @dave
    not sure, but i think it’s the device that transfers information (like contacts) from your old phone to your new phone.

  • Dan

    The CellBrite Machine is a device that can move information from one handset to another. The most common application is moving contacts from and old handset to a new one. Its cool that the Incredible has shown up in this machine because it does need to get through the programming on this device before a launch. Funny thing is that Verizon has been in the process of removing the CellBrite machines from retail locations for the past 4 months or so.

  • MAN-ERIS-M

    also not shown is the Nexus one wich is already loaded into most cellebrites

  • just some dude

    Or you can just swap out the SIM card, oh wait Verizon cant do that. Oh well.

  • Biotite

    How about how VZW just tweeted about the HTC Incredible?

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