HTC Droid Incredible

Last updated: Nov 16th, 2010.

When the HTC Droid Incredible launched in spring of 2010, it quickly became one of Verizon's hottest Android phones ever. Sporting many of the same features as its cousin, the Google-branded Nexus One, the Incredible features a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and 576 MB of RAM. Its 3.7-inch AMOLED display has a resolution of 480x800 pixels, which will come in handy when using the built-in 8MP camera with LED flash to snap pictures or record video. The Droid Incredible also has a FM radio built in and TV-OUT.

HTC has foregone a trackball for an optical trackpad, and the Incredible will have a whopping 8GB internal memory. It supports removable microSD memory expandable up to 32 GB for storing music and videos, which can be played back through Android's media player and other alternative players from the wide selection on the Android Market. The Incredible also comes with HTC's Sense UI installed, providing quick access to contacts, messaging, and social networking services like Facebook and Twitter.

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