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It's a shame the Incredible 2 doesn't have LTE. Despite its lack of 4G, the Incredible 2 offers a solid browsing experience through the stock Android browser. Verizon's EVDO 3G network is still reasonably speedy and robust. The Incredible 2's browser rarely ran into any trouble aside from the odd drop to 1XRTT, but when it did, serious problems were almost always related to Flash issues.
Phone Scoop has noted in the past how HTC's Sense user interface is one of the best when it comes to user customization. The Incredible 2 isn't any different in that regard. Sense lets users adjust about every element of the home screens, wallpapers and other behaviors of the phone.
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