A midwest regional carrier Cellcom will be carrying the device soon under the name "HTC Desire 4G LTE". Per spec the phone looks to be the same but there is likely to be a lot less of the carrier shovelware (aka. Verizon) but the device may be more locked down.
In the Week and Month views, my 2010 Droid Incredible Calendar has useless bars for each day containing an event. You have to open the Day or List view to see what is there. Somewhere I read that Android 4.0 has a pinchable calendar, so I am hoping that between the slightly larger screen and the pinch feature, that I can see a week view with actual data. Does anybody know if that is the case? or will we just have slightly larger bars of uselessness?
The Inc 4G is available now and the subsidized cost is $149.99, not $299 as some thought. I've been using the Inc 2 since last year and I see the new 4G Inc as an incremental upgrade - dual core processor, LTE support, ICS and Sense 4. That's all good, but unfortunately doesn't stand up well against the competition, in particular the Galaxy S III. For only $50 more the GS III offers a larger screen and faster CPU. Some folks might want the Inc 4G because they don't want a bigger phone, but other than that it's not too appealing at this price point.
I have had the original DI for more than two years and have a useful app that does not appear to be available (Grocery List v 1.5). It resides on the DI, not the SD Card. Is it possible to transfer an app if I upgrade to a new DI4?
I have the Incredible 2. There is no major difference to make me spend the cash or waist my time on a 4g device. Its bad enough that verizon wants to kick everyone off there unlimited data plans when there 3g contracts expire. Not to mention the crap being spilled about being able to keep a unlimited 4g data plan if you purchase your next phone outright at astronomical amounts of money. Verizon is doing again what theyve done in the past. They leak information to the public, watch us complain or praise and go from there.
Smaller screen than one S Half the internal memory than One S and wow a whopping 50 mah more bigger battery than One S! And Verizon has the audacity to charge $299? For this POS with qHD? They buggin 🙄
over in the "Hands-On: HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE" discussion:
I like that the this phone is staying at 4" screen and not bigger. The only thing is the camera, I am a bit upset that the HTC one will have a better camera. Everything else I am happy about, I actually do not like the huge sizes phones are going and think the 4" is in between being too small and too large. I got an iPad and a Kindle Fire, don't need another tablet so like the size.