We’ve long been hearing about Verizon’s DROID Incredible 4G but we haven’t been able to get a look at the thing. That changed today as Android Police received shots of device in all its glory. It’s an interesting design that features the unique backplate that the DROID Incredible series has come to be known for.
There’s a red, raised power button on the top of the phone, gun metal sides and three capacitive buttons. This is sure to be an entry into the HTC One series and it’s perhaps the most exhaustive change from the original devices yet. It’s said that the back of the device is interchangeable which could mean there will be a removable battery, but it’s hard to say for sure.
You can see that the device also has HTC Sense 4.0, which means we’re getting Android 4.0 and like a Snapdragon S4 processor due to the LTE radios sure to be inside.
The display is 4 inches, though it’s not know if this is to be recognized as a One X with a smaller screen or a One S. I guess it doesn’t really matter as Verizon’s transformed the device enough to set itself apart. Find more shots at the source link. [Android Police]
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