Snappy performance; great camera; Android OS provides for intuitive and customizable interface
The Droid Incredible makes transferring media to your social networks simple.
Fastest Processor, Slim Design, Built-in 8 GB storage, Expandable with microSD (up to 32GB), 8 Megapixel Camera w/ dual LED, Sense UI
Sense UI adds fun, social element to Android, Very fast performance.
Bright, colourful, 3.7-inch AMOLED screen, Google Android 2.1, 8-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, 8GB built-in memory, Light, sleek, uncluttered exterior.
Very well made phone, Simple, easy to use, Excellent pictures, Smooth and responsive interface and touch screen, Great call quality, Lots of useful apps included
Tiny, yet mighty. Faster than a locomotive with the help of 8GB flash memory, 512 MB of RAM and Snapdragon processor. Gorgeous color display. We're blown away by the phone's smudgeresisting skills.
Large and crisp display, excellent text input, solid camera, customizable Sense UI
The HTC Droid Incredible is blazingly fast, thanks to Verizon's 3G network. HTC Sense enhances the features of Android 2.1, and the smartphone features an 8-megapixel camera and 8GB of internal memory. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and 3G are all onboard.
Great-looking screen. Lots of power. Good call quality. Gorgeous interface additions.
Brilliant 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen, Speedy 1-GHz Snapdragon processors, Updated HTC Sense user interface, Great 8-MP camera, Free GPS turn-by-turn voice navigation
Top of the line everything Android smartphone.
Huge 3.7inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with WVGA resolution, Slim formfactor, DualLED camera flash, 8 megapixel camera, 8GB internal storage for apps, music, video, Hotswappable microSD card.
Vibrant 3.7inch display, Highly responsive touch screen, Userfriendly interface, Fast 1GHz processor.
Poor battery life; mediocre default keyboard
This device provides four hours of usage on a single battery charge.
No Physical Keyboard, Battery Life, No Physical Call and End Button
Boring music player
Poor voice quality at both ends of calls, Below-average battery life, No dedicated camera shutter button.
Battery life isn’t great, Keyboard could be better, Screen is not sunlight friendly
Camera lens isn't flush to the back of the phone; it could easily be scratched by a set of keys. Sunlight is this phone's kryptonite.
Needs more battery life, rear cover feels cheap, no music store
You can't use voice and data at the same time. The multimedia experience is adequate but still behind the competition.
Camera doesn't live up to 8-MP billing. No voice dialing over Bluetooth. Android still lacks many apps compared to iPhone platform.
Optical trackpad a little too recessed, Polarizing backplate design, Average call quality, Records only standard-def video
Display doesn't shock and awe you like the 4.3" HTC HD2 and HTC Evo.
Android Market still lacking the appdiversity and breadth of Apple’s iPhone AppStore, No simultaneous voice and data service, Questionable battery cover design.
Limited apps market, No VCast multimedia services, Spotty reception, Limited battery life
By BrightHub on May 27, 2011
Incredible! So the phone claims to be, and in all actuality it passes with flying colors. A lot of that has to do with the fact that the Droid Incredible is essentially a re-packaged Nexus One. I believe HTC would like to make some money from the...60
By MobileWhack on April 06, 2011
One of the more recent phones out at Verizon Wireless locations is the HTC Droid Incredible, and thankfully, it actually lives up to its name, at least somewhat. We’re taking a look at this one today, and it may not be quite as Incredible as the...80
By GadgetNutz on December 08, 2010
Droid Sees YOUIN THE RED CORNER… Weighing in at just over four ounces, the challenger, the HTC Incredible, a.k.a. Droid Incredible. In this generation of the cell phone wars, all phones are in contention with the eight hundred pound gorilla in...-
By T3 Magazine on October 06, 2010
With HTC edging ever closer towards smartphone nirvana following thelaunches last month, it’s interesting to look across the pond at a device that’s been dubbed the best Android handset in America. Quite frankly, it’s Incredible. HTC...-
By Maximum PC on September 24, 2010
Android realizes its full, heart-warming potential Aesthetically, HTC’s Droid Incredible lacks the neo-industrial panache of the iPhone 4, but it does have a sturdy, almost ruggedized feel. The brain is a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC, which, in...90
By JusTech'n on August 28, 2010
As we all know Verizon released the 2.2 software for the Droid Incredible. The rollout was expected to take several days, but because I am impatient I searched the web for a leaked ROM. It took a little while, but I finally found it at XDA-Developers....-
By JusTech'n on July 26, 2010
Overall I am happy with the phone, I understand there will be things I don’t like, and software is never bug free. I have managed to tweak the setting in such a way that I am satisfied with what I have. I am especially happy with the fact that I...73
By Gadling on June 30, 2010
In this (brief) review, we'll show off the Verizon Droid Incredible. The Incredible is the Verizon answer to the Nexus One - both phones have very similar specifications, but Verizon managed to add a couple of tasty treats to their device. On the...-
By Hardware Secrets on June 15, 2010
When a company give a product a name like “Incredible” you have to wonder if they are being arrogant or if they could have actually created a product that lives up to the name. In the case of the Droid Incredible, it is the second...-
By Gadgetell on June 10, 2010
Overall, Verizon has an excellent phone in the HTC Droid Incredible and it is definitely their flagship phone, replacing the Motorola Droid. The 3.7 inch touch screen makes navigating through the phone and reading text fun and easy on the eyes. The...-