Long battery life.
Vibrant, large screen.
Fast and responsive.
Attractive and refined hardware.
Excellent screen and camera.
Phone calls are clear and good in both EDGE and 3G areas.
Unibody aluminum design.
Solid 8megapixel camera and HD camcorder.
Sense is nonsense.
Froyo instead of Gingerbread.
Doesn't have 4G LTE.
Doesn't have a dual-core processor.
Horrendous signal strength.
Not quite a modern "highend" smartphone.
A few minor bugs.
Mixed camera and camcorder performance.
By ConsumerSearch on February 01, 2012
While it may not have the latest hardware, the Droid Incredible 2 "improves upon the already excellent Droid Incredible with a nicer screen, an even better camera, global roaming capability, and most importantly, amazing battery life," says Myriam...-
By GadgetReview on July 21, 2011
As stated earlier, it’s the phone Batman would use. It goes with the suit, has a great camera, is powerful enough to accomplish any job, and looks great all the while. Strong battery life and a good data connection wrap the device up in a pretty...90
By AnandTech on July 03, 2011
The original Droid Incredible by HTC was the second Android phone I ever officially reviewed. The first was Google's Nexus One. A year ago I proudly proclaimed that the Incredible was clearly better than the Nexus One thanks to the added features...-
By G4tv.com on June 13, 2011
Video Review: The Droid Incredible 2 by HTC offers a 4" multi-touch screen, Android 2.2 and dual cameras powered by a 1 GHz processor. Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey take a look at the Incredible 2's new features, all of which come free with a...100
By The Boy Genius Report on May 27, 2011
The DROID Incredible 2 recently landed on Verizon Wireless, and it has some tough shoes to fill. When the original launched, it was BGR’s favorite Android phone to date despite stiff competition from the Motorola DROID, which launched at the same...-
By Engadget on May 25, 2011
It wasn't that long ago that we were jonesing for a Nexus One on Verizon. What HTC gave us instead was the Droid Incredible, with the same 1GHz Snapdragon CPU and gorgeous 3.7-inch AMOLED display -- not to mention a better camera (8 megapixel vs....80
By Gear Diary on May 24, 2011
A little over a year I took a quick look at the HTC Droid Incredible, and now Verizon and HTC have released their follow-up, the Droid Incredible 2. Some of the features that set the updated version apart from the original include a 4″ screen (the...-
By Brighthand on May 17, 2011
I expected (and wanted) to love the HTC Droid Incredible 2, since the first version of this device has been my such a long-term favorite of mine. In the end I have to say that my feelings come down to intense "like" because there are a lot of things...80
By Android Police on May 14, 2011
The HTC DROID Incredible 2 is a truly great piece of hardware. That said, those looking for the bleeding-edge may want to look elsewhere - in particular, something dual-core and with 4G (or at least faux-G [pun courtesy of Dan Hesse]) support. For the...-
By Skatter Tech on May 13, 2011
The most disappointing thing about the Incredible 2 is that it barely brings anything new to the table. It feels like its predecessor all over again with a 1 GHz processor, Android 2.2, and 3G connectivity. A loss of some storage space makes it feel...-