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Cell Phone Comparisons
HTC DROID Incredible vs. Motorola DROID

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April 14th, 2010

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This just in: The much anticipated HTC Incredible is officially going to market as the DROID Incredible by HTC, and will launch April 29th. As the third member of Verizon’s growing DROID family, the DROID Incredible joins the DROID Eris by HTC and DROID by Motorola. Three is a manageable number, but let’s hope there isn’t another DROID offspring for a little while or this whole thing could become a bit confusing…

Key Differences

  • User interface: The HTC DROID Incredible has HTC’s custom user interface called Sense built on top of Android, while the DROID has the standard Android interface known as the Google Experience. HTC’s Sense interface offers a number of advanced customization options for the Incredible, including more home screens than the DROID, custom widgets, and the ability to change the layout and icons on the home screens depending on what the user is doing. Of course, it’s a personal preference, and many users prefer one interface over the other.
  • Camera: At 5-megapixels, the DROID’s camera is powerful and also shoots great video. The HTC DROID Incredible, however, is equipped with an 8-megapixel camera — overtaking the DROID by 3 megapixels. Though 5 megapixels should be plenty for most, avid mobile phone photographers may prefer the DROID Incredible. Both devices have a bright dual-LED flash.
  • Keyboard: The Motorola DROID has a physical QWERTY keyboard that slides from the side of the device in addition to the standard Android virtual on-screen QWERTY keyboard. The Incredible lacks a physical QWERTY keyboard, but of course also has an effective virtual QWERTY keyboard. If you are simply not a big fan of on-screen keyboards, the DROID may be a better option.
  • Power: The Motorola DROID is a powerful device in its own right, but succeeding the DROID by a number of months, the DROID Incredible is at the top of its class, armed with the latest processor and more RAM. The Incredible has a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and 512MB of RAM, while the DROID has a 550MHz processor and 256MB of RAM. While the difference may not be significantly noticeable in most day-to-day operations (e.g. checking email), the Incredible will outperform the DROID, particularly when many applications are running simultaneously.
  • Size & Weight: Because of its lack of a physical QWERTY keyboard, the HTC DROID Incredible is somewhat smaller and lighter than the DROID.

Side-By-Side Comparison

Motorola Droid HTC Incredible
Motorola DROID HTC DROID Incredible
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Highlights
Interface Standard Google Experience HTC Sense
Operating System Android Android
Screen Size 3.7″, 480 x 854 Pixels 3.7″, 480 x 800 Pixels
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Wireless Capabilities
3G Capable Yes Yes
Global Roaming No No
WiFi Yes Yes
Mobile Hotspot No No
Mobility
GPS Yes Yes
Bluetooth Yes Yes
Voice-dialing Yes Yes
Messaging Capabilities
IM Yes Yes
Text Yes Yes
Video Yes Yes
Productivity
Mobile Email Yes Yes
Outlook Support Yes Yes
View MS Office Attachments Yes Yes
Web Browser Yes Yes
Entertainment
Camera Megapixels 5.0 8.0
Apps Android Market Android Market
Video Yes Yes
Music Options Yes Yes
Features
Memory Capacity Up to 32GB microSD (16GB card pre-installed) 8GB on-board (expandable with microSD)
Keyboard Physical & Virtual QWERTY Virtual QWERTY
Removable Battery Yes Yes
Weight 6.0 oz 4.59 oz
Dimensions 2.4″ x 4.6″ x 0.5″ 2.3″ x 4.63″ x 0.47″
Processor Speed 550MHz 1GHz Snapdragon
RAM 256MB 512MB
Cost
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70 Responses to “HTC DROID Incredible vs. Motorola DROID”

  • George
    June 22, 2010

    I just got the Droid and is a beast. I would not buy another HTC period.My experience was horrible,non responsive screen, buggy operation. Sure things change with the Android OS but i just dont trust HTC. As far as the speed and RAM goes ,,,i have been building PCs for years and what i found out is that Hardware might be “faster” but that doesnt mean that is better,,,who ever has experience with a lot of pc HW would know that. If the software runs smoothly with a lower speed/size hardware and buggy with a “better” one then for what good the upgrade is?I saw the PC world fall apart because of sloppy hardware and software .Whats the reason Apple dominated the market(?) …..solid software,solid hardware. The bottom line is performance and practicality should be the criteria,and HTC did not cut it for me last time.

    • TPatrick
      July 4, 2010

      Your questions and statements are valid but not pertinent to the HTC. I have over the years bought several Moto phones that simply were not stellar. Luckily I knew that Motorola was a stellar company and did not let these lacking phones dissuade me from Motorola in general.
      Tests show that the Incredible is the fastest most responsive Droid style phone on the market and this includes the iPhone. Most of the posts in this forum try to belittle the size and speed of the SnapDragon processor of the Incredible by saying that it is not important unless …..BLA BLA BLA… HOWEVER The speed is important if you are using any single math intensive app. Like GPS or on the fly data acquisition which more and more apps are doing, then on top of those add multitasking. If you bought your phone for these experiences then the Incredible is for you, otherwise a simple texting phone is much cheaper than either a Moto or HTC.

    • Robert Moody
      December 23, 2010

      Besides the microphone sensitivity being way too low on our HTC Incredible, it is an OUTSTANDING phone. I am writing much later and I have purchased the Motorola Droid X with better specs than the original Droid. Except for the size of the HTC Incredible screen and the microphone issue, I’d MUCH prefer the Incredible to the Droid series phones.

      The HTC Incredible interface is much sweeter than the standard Android interface and the “Snapdragon” name for the processor could not be named any better. The Incredible is very fast and snappy compared to any other phone I’ve seen.

      My experience with the Incredible, aside from the issues mentioned, is such the opposite, I wonder if there is a motivation behind this post by George.

      Robert

  • tweiner
    June 18, 2010

    Moto droid. I love it &will never talk down to it. Worth every cent I paid &I won’t replace it for a while!

  • Speaking as an owner of both the Droid Incredible and the Motorola Droid, I would have to say that the Motorola Droid is the better phone. It does nearly all of the things that the Incredible can do, and I even like the Moto Droid’s camera better despite it being three megapixels less. Also the Moto Droid is a much sturdier and better built phone while the Incredible is light and feels cheap, it also lacks a physical keyboard. The only up that the Incredible has is that it’s a bit snappier and has a SLIGHTLY higher resolution screen. In conclusion, GO WITH THE MOTOROLA DROID!

  • DroidOverload
    June 6, 2010

    I’ve read that the Droid Incredible’s screen is harder to see outside. Can anyone share their experience with Droid vs. Incredible visibility outside? Thanks!

    • TPatrick
      July 4, 2010

      It has 3 brightness settings. Outside in the South East Texas sun at noon and the Incredible on full the screen is bright, clear, and not at all muddy. I went to the Incredible from a Samsung Windows Mobile smart phone. Still prefer all the Windows “apps” over Droid but Android is yet in it’s infancy.

    • My Dad Has the incredible and its the best phone ever!! you can see perfectly outside almost alll the time. the apps are really fast and no waiting.

      im only 13 but you should still take my advice….. i hope i was any help

  • Bdubya
    May 24, 2010

    If only it had a physical keyboard… Id scoop it right up. I’m sticking with my Droid.

    • TPatrick
      July 4, 2010

      I do not miss the physical keyboard. The touch screen is large enough to give a real keyboard feel complete with tactile feedback. I liked the Moto Droid as well but the HTC sense is the real difference for me. Both screens are beautiful.

  • daniel
    May 23, 2010

    I have had the motorola droid since it came out and have never had any problems running loads of apps. The only thing I loveee about the incredible is the looks and the camera. I love the physical keyboard to much to go to the incredible. And inless your a hardcore app runner or you just want insane power the motorola droid will work for the ave. User plus its only $199 vs $599. And its got more memory I got 32gig of SD space. It just looks amazing! If the price ever came down like the droid $99 for 2yr contract like mine ill buy it.

  • Carol
    May 19, 2010

    On the topic of processors and RAM and the like: the biggest effect will only be felt if you are the type of person to have five or ten apps running at the same time. Although on the Motorola Droid there are some apps that don’t close ‘easily’ there are several free apps like Advanced Task Killer that will close unwanted apps. So for Motorola users who don’t want to waste $200 for a little bit faster processing, I suggest you look up the ATK, it’s extremely helpful and completely free.

    Personally I prefer the Motorola (and I have the choice between the two). The Incredible is lighter, but I constantly feel like the slightest drop and the plastic will break. It’s thinner but doesn’t have a physical keyboard. It’s got a better camera, but I’m not a photographer, so I don’t really care. Better colors? It’s not like I’m going to choose watching a two hour long movie on a phone over a nice big TV screen or at least a computer monitor.

  • DroidUser
    May 17, 2010

    docthepilot: No. I just bought one. I was seriously disappointed, but did not do my homework on this. My last phone was a simple LG Chocolate that worked great for voice initiated calls from my Jabra auto-speaker-set.

    I am hoping that an app comes out that opens this up. You can use voice dialing, but it takes a number of hand actions, not safe while driving.

  • Been waiting for someone to answer the resent question posted by doc.

    Android devices notoriously lack hands-free Bluetooth voice dialing, initiated via long-press on the Bluetooth earpiece and with the voice signal conveyed to the handset via the earpiece’s microphone. Is this repaired on the HTC Droid Incredible?

    Anyone who owns the HTC please respond would love to know this. I am a droid owner and that is one big missing feature I wish we had.

  • delanomosley
    May 10, 2010

    there is a major problem that no one talks about. The droid doesent have adobe flash player. Characters will not move without it when is this problem going to be fixed .

    • Terry
      May 11, 2010

      Brandon – the Droid has tethering as well. Yes, you have to download your choice of FREE apps from the Market, but they are very easy to use and very stable. However, the main reason I’m posting a response is because regardless of how you do it, TETHERING IS AGAINST VERIZON’S TERMS OF SERVICE unless you pay the extra $30 per month for the service. If they catch you, they will cancel your account, make you pay the early cancellation fees and also make you pay the difference between the discounted price and the retail price on the phone if you got a discount. DON’T DO IT.

  • IFone
    May 9, 2010

    Although slower and has a “worse” camera and screen, iPhone still rules. Using a sports analogy, the fastest and strongest football player is not always the best player. Iphone’s os is exceptionally stable with far superior apps, not to mention that droid still lacks a seamless program integration like iPhone had with iTunes. Also, apple still had cool factor lacking in moto an htc.

    • Terry
      May 11, 2010

      IFone – Back in the day, the iPhone definitely HAD the best smartphone OS out there. But that’s not the case anymore. Mobile software has come a long way in the past three years, and all makes are quite capable. It’s a hardware rarce now, and until the iPhone has a GPS receiver, flash, expandable storage and a removeable battery, it is not a valid competitor to other smartphones and will soon be out of the race.

      • FYI. The iPhone has had a GPS reciever ever since the 3Gs came out.

    • Michelle
      July 7, 2010

      I have had the iPhone for almost my entire two years, and I can’t wait to be rid of it. There are so many problems with the phone that I have encountered, plus the fact it’s from Apple makes it not worth it for me, anyway. The alarm on the phone can be very glitchy- if someone texts you or calls you and it displays it on the outer screen, your alarm will be displayed as going off (with the standard “snooze” screen), but it will not be making any sound. It also just turns itself off completely if someone calls or texts during the alarm blaring. I have encountered this problem dozens of times and it has made me late for work. Most of the same pluses from the iPhone seem to be on the Droid, and it seems like the glitches are less plentiful. I cannot speak from experience as I do not own the droid and have been stuck with the iPhone for a while now (however, we do plan to cancel our contract within the next month in order to just be rid of it), but I do not recommend the iPhone.

  • So incredible is faster. But for me I have the droid and use multiple apps and never have an issue. Also I actually use the slide out keyboard. It is nice to view the ENTIRE screen when typing something you cannot do with the onscreen keyboard. Being able to view the ENTIRE Screen is huge. also better when playing games. You cannot do this with incredible
    Battery lasts all day on droid even with email and turn by turn. Moto Droid is it for now

  • So incredible is faster. But for me I have the droid and use multiple apps and never have an issue. Also I actually use the slide out keyboard. It is nice to view the ENTIRE screen when typing something you cannot do with the onscreen keyboard. Being able to view the ENTIRE Screen is huge.
    Battery lasts all day on droid even with email and turn by turn. Moto Droid is it for now

  • Brandon
    May 6, 2010

    Hey “justwondering” I’ve had both the Motorola Droid and I bought the HTC Droid Incredible the first day it was released. The Incredible does everything the Motorola Droid does and plus some! Incredible has built in tethering support (by HTC – so it’s 100% legal) plus it has things like fm radio, 4 more home screens than the Moto Droid, and even the ability to output video to your television…Not to mention it’s BLAZING fast, able to hold more apps, more memory, bigger better and faster camera, and a MUCH more detailed and vibrant screen.

    The Motorola Droid however does have some advantages out of the box.

    Motorola Droid has longer lasting battery out of the box (The Incredible can surpass this if you buy an upgraded battery from Verizon)

    Motorola Droid also comes with a 16 GB sd card, the Incredible doesn’t come with one but has 8GB of internal memory (if you get an Incredible you need an sd card because a lot of apps wont work without them).

    Both phones at the moment cost the same amount of money, I personally think the Incredible has surpassed the Motorola Droid, but I’m in no way downing the Moto Droid, it’s still the original Droid and still a very powerful device.

    • Terry
      May 11, 2010

      Brandon – the Droid has tethering as well. Yes, you have to download your choice of FREE apps from the Market, but they are very easy to use and very stable. However, the main reason I’m posting a response is because regardless of how you do it, TETHERING IS AGAINST VERIZON’S TERMS OF SERVICE unless you pay the extra $30 per month for the service. If they catch you, they will cancel your account, make you pay the early cancellation fees and also make you pay the difference between the discounted price and the retail price on the phone if you got a discount. DON’T DO IT. And no, I don’t work for Verizon.

  • justwondering
    May 5, 2010

    Never had a Droid or any smart phone, always just gotten whichever phone I could get for free or very cheap when renewing my contract. However my contract is up again and I was all pumped and dead set on getting the Droid now I hear about the Incredible, so thought I better research it a little bit, now I’m torn. My brother in law just got the Droid, he was told that both have GPS but the Incredible doesn’t have turn by turn directions, is that true? I don’t know, I guess if they cost the same might as well go with the latest release and I’ve never had a physical keyboard so dought I would miss it. Then again the people I know who have the Motorolla Droid have had nothing but good things to say about it, so….aghhh. Please help me make a decision so I can finally retire the old flip phone that has a hinge about ready to break completely off!

    Thanks

    • Terry
      May 11, 2010

      Justwondering – I have been researching different phones for about two weeks now. I have owned all the iPhones, the DROID Eris, a few Blackberries and now I have the Moto DROID. It really depends on what you’re looking for. If you’re looking for speed and ease of use, get an HTC Incredible with the extended battery..and the battery is a must have. If you are looking for a physical keyboard and better-made hardwaer, get a Moto DROID. The Moto has a metal casing, the Incredible is all plastic. Both are great phones, though.

    • TPatrick
      July 4, 2010

      No, they both do turn by turn and can use the same app. The one I am using is based on Google maps and remember Google is the Droid backbone.

  • Rick Altman
    May 3, 2010

    One of my chief complaints with the otherwise-terrific Droid is the lack of font and icon size flexibility. In short, I need my reading glasses for practically everything. Any intel on whether the Incredible’s enhanced OS supports simple customization such as font and icon size?

  • as with camera it really doesnt matter unless u want a blown up size picture. im pretty sure incredible eats alot of battery power with the UI and processor but if u usually multi task then incredible has the edge. Moto droid keyboard is useless to people who uses onlt apps and surf but when emailing an expandable keyboard eases the task. Memory factor is non debatable since microSD nowadats are cheap.

  • so….my droid is running at 1.2 ghz…

  • too bad my droid is OC’d to 1.2 GHz…

  • I’m looking forward to upgrading from my slow running, disappointing Droid Eris device to the Incredible tomorrow. I’m glad Verizon gives you 30 days to see if a device works for you, which the Eris certainly did not. If the Incredible wouldn’t have released as soon as it had, I would’ve reverted back to my nifty Blackberry Curve. It’s a no brainer switch for me since I didn’t have the Motorola, which I’m sure is a great phone just couldn’t fall in love with the looks of it (the physical qwerty keyboard on phone makes the Motorola appear dated and bulky; hence, the reason I went with the not-so-powerful Eris). Now, I hope I won’t continue to have buyer’s remorse once I upgrade. I’m glad the Incredible will come with a flash camera. I was instantly disappointed that there was no flash on the Eris (I know, I didn’t do my homework). Glad the Incredible is being released just in time. I really want to like the Droid.

  • I have had my Motorola Droid since it came out and it has never disappointed me or let me down. I’m sticking with my buddy.

  • MR. CHRIS
    April 27, 2010

    moto droid is just to bulky. i just ordered a incredible…….cant wait!
    my moto also slips out of my hand almost every day.

  • rickyrick3513
    April 27, 2010

    Yeah, I currently have the Motorola Droid. I called Verizon I’m still under my 30 day worry free guarantee so I can just switch to the incredible when it comes out. Sweet. It still really hasn’t convinced me with the terrible battery and I heard that the camera you have to hold it as still as possible to get a clear pic.

    • same here

    • TPatrick
      July 4, 2010

      Picture Movement Blur. Not sure what was set on the Incredible Camera that would cause the blur but I can take pictures out the window of a moving car on a graded road with tack sharp results. I can’t do this with my Nikon…

  • HelloDroid
    April 25, 2010

    Just a few more days till I can check out this sweet phone, my gfs picking it up on the 29th, can’t wait to compare side by side tests against my Cyanogen Droid, can OC it up to 1.2 ghz…but already running smooth at its rated 600mhz…can’t wait

  • All we need now is a laptop running android and a cell phone that ties into it

    • dquexx
      May 9, 2010

      check out the HTC EVO .It’s a Monster!!! (the good kind)

  • masterfishslayer
    April 22, 2010

    I have had the Motorola Droid since Christmas and I love it. It used to hang or freeze every once in a while when I had multiple memory hog applications running at the same time. To be honest, ever since I upgraded to the Droid OS 2.1 I haven’t really had any problems with lag, or applications hanging. Overall, I am really happy. Nonetheless, I will be buying the Incredible for the wife for mothers day. (I got mine for Christmas… and all she has done since I got it was whine that she doesn’t have one).

  • I have the ERIS and love it, except for some lag when I don’t close out apps like I should. I am considering the Incredible since it is faster. Hubby has the Motorola Droid and loves it. As for the physical keyboard… I thought I would hate not having one. I don’t miss it at all. Hubby never uses his. The only thing that makes me hesitate on making the switch from the ERIS to the Incredible is the size. I like to keep my phone in my pocket and the bigger they get the bulkier they are.

  • Sketcher
    April 21, 2010

    I like my Droid, but NEVER use the physical keyboard. I like the tweaks and customization that HTC has done, but it also concerns me about timely Google OS updates. That said, I’m upgrading to test HTC’s reported MS Exchange ActiveSync compliance on this device. It’s the ActiveSync compliance (or lack thereof) of the Android phones that keeps this phone off our corporate options list.

  • Cptsideburns
    April 20, 2010

    I find it funny that no one has mentioned the fact the the Droid actually has two processors(one is a GPU)Also 1ghz, my droid runs lightning fast OCed to 1.1ghz

  • hellodroid
    April 20, 2010

    Well the battery time is another important factor you should consider, with the Droid edging out the incredible, yes the incredible will be more responsive and have the updated HTC UI, in the end if you plan on using all the extra goodies it offers, then grab the incredible, oh and if you like a physical QWERTY then factor that in as well…my gf will be getting it on launch day, so ill compare it performance wise against my S.S. rom Droid that smokes a stock Droid any day…just to shake things up

  • I am currently looking at purchasing one of these phones and I am torn…it seems to me that the processor speed is a bit moot unless you are running multiple apps at a time, which I doubt I will do. The battery life is a big deal and it also appears that the incredible only comes with 8Gb but can expanded, where the Moto comes with 16Gb…so I guess that is selling point considering I won’t have to buy additional accessories right away.
    Can someone tell me if I am off on this judgement??

    • The MOTO comes with a 16gb card already installed but the incredible has internal memory meaning that you will always have 8gb of storage even if you don’t have an extra sd card, which is supported up to 16gb and may update to 32 in the near future through software

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    • lololol
      April 29, 2010

      It’s cool, sometimes it makes me bleed though.

      But overall, it’s nice

      • Steelerz86
        May 1, 2010

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  • i have the moto droid already but will be giving it to my wife when i order the droid incredible, i never use the slide out KB so it doesn’t matter to me that much. I like the more ram better cpu that it comes with and since im do for an upgrade it will be cheap.
    the biggest reason i am getting the new incredible is that as the OS is updated and gets to be more demanding i think the moto droid will fall behind alot faster, try to run windows 7 on a ten year old pc and see what happens lol…the hardware just can’t do it. at least with the incredible’s hardware it will be upgradable longer than my moto. as for battery life the sence ui eats abit more but it can be turned off to save battery and it will run just as long as the moto will. as for the camera, my wife deploys alot being active duty army so the camera is the only way she sees our son alot of the time so bigger is better as far as that goes. /end rant lol

  • What the article forgot to mention as well as a lot of people that hype up the incredible, is that it also has a weaker battery life that’s big for me. And did you know that it is impossible to see 8 Mega pixels with the human eye.

  • The best part is it won’t even be a few seconds, the difference (unless running everything on your phone at once) won’t even be noticed.

  • HelloDroid
    April 17, 2010

    If you need to fork over some dough to cut down on response time from one app to another, or to have a better looking UI for the time being or just want a “nicer” looking phone, well by all means fork over money for that, but when it comes to down to translating that extra power vs the Droid, I’ll save a few hundred dollars over a few seconds…ill stick with my souped up Droid for now

  • @me you should probably actually do research yourself before you post a comment like that. It’s not officially the DROID Devour, it’s just the Devour.

  • “This just in: The much anticipated HTC Incredible is officially going to market as the DROID Incredible by HTC, and will launch April 29th. As the third member of Verizon’s growing DROID family, the DROID Incredible joins the DROID Eris by HTC and DROID by Motorola. Three is a manageable number, but let’s hope there isn’t another DROID offspring for a little while or this whole thing could become a bit confusing…”

    Really? I started reading this comparison but I just can’t get past this first paragraph and take this article seriously. The HTC Incredible will be the 4th Droid in the line-up. Currently offered is the Motorola Droid, the Motorola Devour, and the HTC Droid Eris. The Incredible will be number 4. If whoever wrote this article couldn’t even do enough research to start off with an intro like that, I don’t know how worthwhile the rest of the information presented is.

    • @ME

      Technically they are all android phones, but the Devour is not a DROID series phone. I wonder why though.

  • I’ve had the Moto Droid for a few months now, and I would definitely swap it out with the Incredible if I could. The Moto Droid is a very capable phone, but it is definitely not a pretty phone. But who cares? The biggest advantage to the Incredible is the Sense UI, which is much more user friendly (and has more homepages). Additionally, the faster processor and additional memory would be valuable. My phone does lag on occasion, and it’s obnoxious. I never use the physical keyboard because the virtual is so much easier. I’d rather save the extra millimeter of phone depth and ditch the keyboard.

    • You can get Sense UI on the DROID, so your point is moot.

  • Personally I think the Motorola Droid is a way better looking phone and has plenty of processor and memory not to mention stoage to be capable of abusing all that the Android OS has to offer. I think google has done an outstanding job on developing great apps and prefer the google experience. There is no point on a faster processor unless the softwar (android OS) is going to be receptive to the speed…a faster processor is like the dual processor in PC deals…dual processors WOWZA! thats gotta be great***only if the programs you are running are designed to utilize both processors***

  • Bxlxaxkxe
    April 16, 2010

    Droid users…you poor fellas….It’s ok. There’s a newer, better phone out now…this happens…something will surpass the incredible eventually…its the way it works…no one’s sayin Droid is useless, it’s just overshadowed by the beast that is the Incredible. Don’t whine about it.

  • Funny to read the comments, those who seem to have the Motorola Droid make this phone out to seem like its barely any better! I wouldn’t say almost twice the processor speed and twice the ram is only a bit better by any means, its much better.

  • @mydroid You should consider the resources you will be using when considering a phone. What’s the point of having a better processor? Joke or a serious question?

  • MYDROID
    April 16, 2010

    Ya well checkout the battery life for the Incredible and then tellme which phone you will pick….whats the point to have a better processor if your phone dies as soon as your start useing it….MOTOROLA DROID ALL THE WAY

  • HelloDroid
    April 16, 2010

    The droid incredible sounds like a sweet piece of hardware, particularlly the updated sense UI. Definitley a pick over the nexus one if it ever comes to the big red, however with saying, as a current Droid user, there’s not that much that warrants an upgrade over the very capable Moto phone, only if you need to have it or are elgible to do so.

  • Bluemon
    April 16, 2010

    Motorola Keyboard is awful, not worth having one if it’s that bad.

    I’m going with Incredible. 512MB, are you kidding, that’s a big seller for me, more storage for apps and with 1 Ghz, I can run multiple app without worry about response time. I will take the 1 Ghz over 550mhz any time.

    I guess you want to justify your purchase of your Motorola Droid which has just been surpass.

  • So…

    The only noticeable advantages of the Incredible is that it’s a little faster, has more on-board memory, and has a better camera? But it also lacks the physical keyboard.

    Hmmm…Doesn’t sound all that special. I think I’ll stick with my droid…

  • docthepilot
    April 15, 2010

    Android devices notoriously lack hands-free Bluetooth voice dialing, initiated via long-press on the Bluetooth earpiece and with the voice signal conveyed to the handset via the earpiece’s microphone. Is this repaired on the HTC Droid Incredible?

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