From the stables of HTC, there is the arrival of one more superb android phone which is the HTC Droid Incredible. There are some slide changes that one can see in this device as compared to the basic HTC Droid phones. The screen is now 480×800 AMOLED screen that can give you the best display configuration that you wanted. The size has gone slimmer and it easily nestles in the palm like any other familiar object. You have a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU that works out the wonders in this phone not to mention HTC's own Sense UI on-board.
Some are already saying that this is the best that America has come up with so far. People are still skeptical about HTC's surprises and are expecting something more than the Droid Incredible. The 8 GB internal storage space and the 748MB ROM does full justice to the mounting pressure on the phone at times. When you are camping out or on a vacation, this device does a neat job of meeting most of your needs. In fact, the 8 megapixel camera does more than what you can normally expect in a phone of this genre.
The phone is here to stay as is apparent from the add-on features like the Verizon locking device and the micro SD slot that can take up to 32 GB cards at one go. The audio power of this smart phone is indeed superb. You can hear crystal clear music and the effects of the tune with the pro ears of a musician. The phone is excellent on looks and design. The casing is so elegant and the camera eye hole so well placed that you would not feel like opening beyond the casing to know what is actually in store for you. Some say it has the style of a race car. Others say that this is a signal that American phones will never be the same again.
Whatever is said about the Droid Incredible, it must be appreciated that the phone meets up the expectations of the phone loving public. Technology has never been so close to anyone before. If you really want to know what theontains, have a look at the excellent features that the phone has. With blazing 3G speeds and connectivity, the HTC Droid Incredible is America's phone of today.