Super LCD display.
New capacitive buttons.
HTC Sense UI.
Excellent battery life.
Excellent call quality.
Dolby Mobile and SRS sound enhancement.
The rotating capacitive buttons are awesome.
Applications launch and run smoothly; loud speakers.
Great, distinctive body.
Poor audio quality.
No dedicated camera button.
No lens cover.
Poor video recording.
Older Android version.
Call quality not as good.
Weak Wi-Fi radio.
Can't play 720p DivX & XviD videos.
Paltry 1 GB internal memory.
Lacks HDMI port.
Poor battery Performance.
On Bell, saddled with unwanted apps.
Performance may be an issue in the long term.
Some browser and video rendering issues.
By APC Magazine on August 01, 2011
HTC plays it safe when it names its phones, using generic accolades that translate well across markets, hence the name of one of its recent Android effort, the HTC Incredible S. Happily, its name isnât just puffed-up posturing, and...90
By Tech2 on July 20, 2011
HTC has been in the Android smartphone business since the very beginning. They’ve managed to keep themselves at the top of the game and their latest smartphone, the HTC Incredible S, aims at pushing their stock a few steps ahead of the pack. So if...80
By FoneArena on July 15, 2011
HTC Incredible S is an amazing smartphone with brilliant display, powerful hardware, beautiful user interface, great camera and above average battery life. This handset is made from an aluminium body with a soft touch coating. The back of the device...-
By ausdroid.net on June 21, 2011
The HTC Incredible S looks good, feels good and performs well. It’s not a ground breaking device but it doesn’t pretend to be and it’s not priced like one either. The locked bootloader and mediocre specs mean this phone is not going to...-
By BrightHub on June 01, 2011
Overall the HTC Incredible S ranks in as a solid "Average" smartphone. It's a bit of a let down considering how well rounded and well received the original Droid Incredible was. When placed side by side with the original, the Incredible S...60
By Tbreak.com on May 29, 2011
HTC has been doing a good job releasing updated Smartphones- just a month back, we saw them release the Desire S which I found to be an excellent device by all standards. However, we know that there is no such thing as one size fits all- definitely...-
By TechTree on May 25, 2011
HTC Incredible S is priced at Rs 28,900, but you can get it for a street price of approximately Rs 27,000. That's still more than what I am willing to pay. This phone isn't really future-proof - especially with the dual-core Androids just around...80
By TechCentral on May 18, 2011
Overall, the HTC Incredible S is a sleek handset that feels and performs like a premium Android smartphone. Although it doesn't run on the latest version of Android, we encountered no noticeable performance issues with the device. The phone is...80
By InsideHW on May 10, 2011
HTC has continued the tradition of refreshing existing devices with this phone, with a noticeable intention to correct all flaws that have been observed in previous ones. Incredible S is a phone that’s easiest to describe as a somewhat smaller...-
By ThinkDigit on May 10, 2011
The HTC Incredible S is a really good phone, and is one of those few devices we can call "well rounded". Very good performance meets a great display, and good construction meets a great keypad. The 4-inch display is a great compromise between bulkier...70