Verizon Wireless and HTC have a hit on their hands with the Droid Incredible. It's not only a very good Android phone, it's also one of the better smartphones on the market today. Verizon Wireless customers have some really great phone options, and the Incredible deserves to be at the top of the list. Certainly there are, and will be, a lot of powerful new phones coming to market in the coming months, including the Motorola Droid X, but when it comes to current high-end smartphones, the Droid Incredible is now arguably the Android smartphone to beat...
HTC Droid Incredible Video Review
Not bad.. but I still insist on having a qwerty keyboard lol
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@acarzt - Me too. I have my fingers crossed that an HTC Touch Pro 3 is in the works. The minute that hits store shelves, I'd upgrade.
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Yea marco, no touch screen will ever be as good as an actual qwerty keyboard. Being able to feel the keys being pressed just can't be beat.
And like i've said before.. I type very fast and with my experience touch screen keyboards have not been able to keep up.
Looks like they are really trying to hit the Iphone market? HTC has been proving themselves, yet the EVO.. to me has more merit?
Ever since I got my first HTC phone about 5 or so years ago... i've been hooked. My Tilt has lasted me quite some time now and I intend to pick up an other HTC whenever it is that I do upgrade.
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