HTC DROID Incredible 4G spotted at FCC

Mar 8, 2012
HTC DROID Incredible 4G spotted at FCC

The FCC has released documents leading mobile sleuths to ponder the next Verizon HTC release in a DROID Incredible with 4G LTE. This device would be the next in a line of ultra-successful DROID-branded HTC units last seen in the HTC Incredible 2 and used by none other than your humble narrator and Android Community's Cory Gunther as we traversed the landscape at last month's MWC 2012 in Barcelona. This newest device has a slightly different set of connectivity bands available but will likely bump up the masses to the new generation with its dual-core processor and AMOLED display.

The Incredible 2 is a more than modern device already, not exactly working to bring in the early adopters or top of the line specification seekers with its FroYo interface and single-core processor, but strong nonetheless with a unique physical build and HTC Sense UI. This new device is sure to join the ranks of the HTC One crew with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and a new flavoring of HTC Sense, having not quite the quad-core processor of the HTC One X, but rolling out with a dual-core 1.2GHz (almost certainly OMAP) chip instead.

This device likely has a 4-inch display not unlike its predecessor and will essentially be an once-over for an already rather popular build. Verizon will certainly push this device out before the HTC One line comes available, so expect is MUCH sooner than later! Have a peek at our timeline of Incredible devices below for more information on what this device's magic will be!

[via Android Community]

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