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Android Phone Reviews
HTC DROID Incredible 2 Review

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April 28th, 2011


The HTC DROID Incredible had top-notch performance and a great list of features when it launched a year ago. Any successor would have to be a definite improvement if it were to live up to the standard created by the first DROID incredible. With an uprated processor, 768MB of RAM, a front-facing camera and a new version of HTC’s Sense user interface, the DROID Incredible 2 looks like it meets that challenge.

In this review, Wirefly’s Bob Kovacs takes a thorough look at the DROID Incredible 2 and puts the phone through its paces. In addition to trying out the phone’s camera, Bob checks out the new features of HTC’s Sense user interface, as well as running standard performance tests. Click on the window to the right to see the entire video review.

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One Response to “HTC DROID Incredible 2 Review”

  • Bryon
    May 3, 2011

    I think the specs are significantly better than the old Incredible which as you say was a good phone. The LTE network and dual processor phones are light years ahead of this device though. I was interested in the specs when I was checking out FiOS Flex TV and comparing to my DISH employee Sling adapter. I would want to use my iPhone on AT&T’s network though because I have an unlimited data plan which Verizon doesn’t have but Verizon requires you to have their phone and TV service to watch VOD. I get my programming free though on any Apple or Android OS device and it’s live or recorded unlike the steep VOD charges and limited free live TV they provide.

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