Leaked HTC Droid Incredible 2 Documents Confirm World Phone Status


Verizon is definitely continuing the trend of offering a selection of their high-end smartphones with world-roaming capabilities. Though it apparently won’t get the “Global” tag we saw with the Droid 2, new documents are confirming that the HTC Droid Incredible 2 will indeed be a world phone. The combo GSM and CDMA radios will allow voice and data access around the globe.

Other items confirmed in the leak are a 1.3MP front-facing camera to compliment rear 8MP camera, a 16GB microSD card installed out of the box, and a new Sync & Connect email system. That service won’t launch until April 12th, providing us only with the hint that the Droid Incredible 2 won’t launch until after then. Current rumors place this handset’s launch sometime during the final two weeks of April.

[via AndroidCentral]

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  1. ugh still no word on wtf the boot animation means by “wireless charging”? Or this just one of those features VZW agents will know nothing about???

    1. pardon me for the haste, i forgot its much more important that the phone works in Tanzania rather then a charging feature I would use everyday.

    2. On other devices wireless charging means using an accessory to charge the phone’s battery via induction. (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_energy_transfer#Electromagnetic_induction )

      1. yes i know it exists. But for this device ive seen no accessories or specs stating it actually works or is going to be included. All we have is a boot animation… Thats my point

  2. Can someone expllain how world phone works? do i have to pay verizon roaming, or is it GSM unlocked to work on carriers outside of the US?

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