Encrypted Tweets are UnDecryptable

Droid Life just had a one-on-one with a Verizon LTE engineer who goes by black_man_x. Mr. X had a tweet that I’m still running through my decyphertron 4(G)000, and if it cracks the code I’ll get back to you. If you want to take a whack at it:

Just saw something so incredible that it was almost HD… and LiTE as a feather…

I am fondly reminded of one of my favorite PA comics (NSFWish language).

There isn’t even a leaked picture of this chupacabra phone and I want to drop my carrier and get one.

[via Droid Life]

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TAGS: HTC Incredible HD

  • iamsteventucker

    LTE powered Incredible HD? I WANT NOW.

  • Phydeaux

    Wasn’t this mentioned a few days ago with a pic included?

  • Bod1ggity

    Now I just need an estimated release date and ill be super excited… man I hope this is the crazy HTC possibly dropping the 23rd.

  • Brian

    I remember that comic! I’ve been reading penny arcade for about 7 years, it’s awesome. And so is the Incredible HD using LTE.

  • sansenoy

    Well, HTC CEO said recently that LTE is not a company priority just yet, but I’m really hoping this turns out to be true… They better load a huge battery into it, they really don’t care about phone longevity these days (Desire family), maybe verizon makes the right move, really sad…

  • sansenoy

    Also, HTC deserves the honor of making the first LTE device more than anyone, anyone who laid eyes on the euro galaxy s knows just how little samsung cares about industrial design. Motorolas are tough and well made, but ugly as well…

  • Terran

    I want to GO ONE too (seewhatIdidthere?)

  • zi

    start saving money*

  • http://samsungmomentforums.com yourm0m1

    hasnt verizon said plenty of times no lte phones till next year?? have the lte broadband cards even launched/leaked??

  • Tim6253

    There are pics of it. It is the evo-looking phone, with the huge kickstand. Blackman x released another tweet that said to look for it around march.

  • John B.

    I think it’s 3G now, then 4G about 6 months from now.

  • John B.

    Can’t edit. I meant 4-6 months.