HTC Incredible 4G Press Render Surfaces


While this isn’t the first time we’ve seen the HTC Incredible 4G (Wednesday stole that honor), this is the first time we’ve seen an official press render of the device. PocketNow procured the goods and it looks like what we pretty much already saw, except it’s a lot more “official.”

Nothing’s changed since yesterday – you can still see those 3 capacitive buttons and the red protruding power button, as well as the 4 inch display that will serve as the window to all that the device has to offer. It’ll be here with HTC Sense 4.0 and Android 4.0, as well as LTE radios and likely Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 processor.

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  1. No red protruding camera button. Sad.

  2. You mean the Rezound Mini?

    1.  I really don’t understand what they’re thinking with the design of this thing.  It’s part of the Incredible line and supposedly derived from the One line, but instead of looking like one of those, it looks like the Rezound (which is butt ugly).

      1. There’s no way the phone design is derived from the One line. I see no visual similarities. I do see similarities to the inc2 and rezound though

        1. To clarify, I meant that it’s supposedly internally derived from the One S.  Externally, I agree, it looks nothing like the One series (which is disappointing).

  3. Is it just me or does all the HTC phones look the same?

    1. How many different candy bar touch screen phone designs are there? Anything that looks different is called a niche product and fails.

    2. Is it just me or does every black Android phone look the same, black rectangle candy bar phone, not really a whole lot you can do with it to substantially  change the look

      1. There is actually a lot you can do to change the look. The One X/S, the Lumia 800/900, and the Razr are evidence of that. The problem is OEMs generally don’t put much thought into design. I don’t know if it’s a lack of talent or sheer laziness on their part but either way, the few phones that do manage to differentiate themselves from the jumbled pack of black slabs deny them that excuse. 

    3. Keep in mind that the carriers (Verizon in this case) can request special phones. And Verizon always “designs” their HTC phones the same. HTC devices on other carries look remarkably different. Verizon wants it to look related to the rest of the Incredible line, and they’ll continue to do that. Don’t blame it on the OEMs, it’s the carriers fault.

    4. I believe the word you are looking for is “awesome” :p

  4. I like this all black with red accents model pictured in this render.
    It looks better than the shiny metal with brownish rubber textured backplate pics of the real phone.
    I really hope there are two different colors upon launch!
    I want the all black one!!!

    1. Brown? It’s probably just poor picture quality. It will definitely be black, with a  chance of a white refresh a little later down the road. 

      1. http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/04/11/exclusive-first-images-and-details-of-the-verizon-htc-incredible-4g-surface/

        This is not the same “stealth” black as my Droid incredible 2.
        It looks brownish to me…

  5. Too small, try again!

  6. Check out the Fantastic thing open bit.ly/FPPP3j  and click home

  7. Why do you guys keep repeating your comments???

  8. I sorta get the feeling the Incredible has gone downhill since the first one (i have the inc2 now). Here is to hoping the Inc 4G is on par with the One S.

  9. They put the power button on the wrong side of the Rezound and they did they same to this one >.<

  10. I wish phones would come in more color options at least.. if they are going to make them all look the same why cant we have a variety!

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