Jul 05 AT 9:38 AM Anthony Domanico 11 Comments

HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE available today for $150

droid incredible 4g lte

Sure, it’s no Galaxy S III, but the HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE is a solid alternative for those who think a 4.8″ screened device is too huge for daily use. The 4.0″ follow up to the popular Incredible line of devices is available at Verizon stores today for $149.99 after $50 mail-in rebate debit card and new 2-year commitment.

HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE specificiations

  • 1.2Ghz dual-core Qualcomm S4 processor
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 4-inch qHD (960×540) Super LCD display (with Corning Gorilla Glass)
  • 8GB of internal storage
  • 8 megapixel camera with autofocus, LED flash, BSI f/2.2, 28mm lens and 1080p HD video recording
  • VGA front-facing camera
  • Size: 4.8 x 2.4 x .46 inches
  • Weight: 132 grams (4.66 ounces)
  • 1700 mAh removable battery
  • WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Beats Audio
  • Bluetooth 2.0
  • NFC
  • LTE
  • G-Sensor, Light Sensor, Digital Compass, Proximity Sensor
  • Android 4.0
  • HTC Sense 4.0

We’re still putting the finishing touches on the Incredible 4G LTE review, and should have the full ready in the next week or so. So far, we’ve found the Incredible 4G LTE to be a solid device with fairly decent battery life, and Sense 4.0 feels smooth and much less intrusive than previous versions. While the Galaxy S III is the must-have Verizon device, those of you who choose the Incredible 4G LTE will not be disappointed in your choice.

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  • http://www.jaxidian.org/update/ jaxidian

    If you’re on Verizon and want a phone that isn’t huge, this is the obvious choice to go with. I’d still encourage you to look at a SGS3 or GNex (if you can buy one).

  • staryoshi

    This is a nice option for those who don’t like larger devices. The specs are modern, the styling is solid, and it comes with ICS. Good deal. I just wish my SGII E4GT would get ICS… :(

  • triangle

    Anyone considering this phone should go to the store and have a look. It’s not a bad phone per se, but it’s definitely chunky in the old HTC style. You won’t confuse this phone for a One X or S in terms of design.

    I agree with the comment about looking at the SGS3 or the Nexus. I think both are better devices overall, especially if you care about having an HD screen.

  • BigCiX

    HTC waited to long to release this.

  • sharon92

    I can’t say that is expensive, a good price.

  • Genjinaro

    I love the rear design of this thing… Great Price.

    It’d be nice if it were a re-shelled One-S though.

  • thekaz

    *sigh* wouldn’t be a bad option for my wife if she’s concerned about the $… however, for her, I am still waiting for word on the RAZR HD.. they better be holding this up to put Jelly Bean on it…

  • Jdroids

    How is the battery life and reception compared to Razr or Rezound?
    Note that ICS reads dbm differently than GB. But Razr got ICS, so it can be compared directly.

  • Sooper

    I just got mine this morning and love it so far. I bought the original Incredible on release day two years ago and I got this one release day this morning. It’s a fantastic phone both weight and feel. I know people griped about the screen being a qHD but honestly it’s perfect. I really like the new Sense and while I’m still getting used to the subtle changes I made upgrading from 2.3…I think this phone is a HOME RUN for Verizon customers that want a 4″ 4G phone.

    I will say I’ve been playing with it all day and it’s still on the battery charge it had coming out of the box when I bought it at 7:30 AM. I’ll charge it tonight and see how well it does through the whole day with me tinkering and whatnot. Based on what I’ve seen…I’m expecting two days.

    BTW – I signed up for the Share Everything plan when I got this phone and sharing a 4 Gb plan, my Wife and I saved $35 a month. Can’t beat that.

  • AWRYHaerh
  1. If you’re on Verizon and want a phone that isn’t huge, this is the obvious choice to go with. I’d still encourage you to look at a SGS3 or GNex (if you can buy one).

  2. This is a nice option for those who don’t like larger devices. The specs are modern, the styling is solid, and it comes with ICS. Good deal. I just wish my SGII E4GT would get ICS… :(

  3. Anyone considering this phone should go to the store and have a look. It’s not a bad phone per se, but it’s definitely chunky in the old HTC style. You won’t confuse this phone for a One X or S in terms of design.

    I agree with the comment about looking at the SGS3 or the Nexus. I think both are better devices overall, especially if you care about having an HD screen.

  4. HTC waited to long to release this.

  5. I can’t say that is expensive, a good price.

  6. GenjinaroGuest 3 years ago

    I love the rear design of this thing… Great Price.

    It’d be nice if it were a re-shelled One-S though.

  7. *sigh* wouldn’t be a bad option for my wife if she’s concerned about the $… however, for her, I am still waiting for word on the RAZR HD.. they better be holding this up to put Jelly Bean on it…

  8. JdroidsGuest 3 years ago

    How is the battery life and reception compared to Razr or Rezound?
    Note that ICS reads dbm differently than GB. But Razr got ICS, so it can be compared directly.

  9. SooperGuest 3 years ago

    I just got mine this morning and love it so far. I bought the original Incredible on release day two years ago and I got this one release day this morning. It’s a fantastic phone both weight and feel. I know people griped about the screen being a qHD but honestly it’s perfect. I really like the new Sense and while I’m still getting used to the subtle changes I made upgrading from 2.3…I think this phone is a HOME RUN for Verizon customers that want a 4″ 4G phone.

    I will say I’ve been playing with it all day and it’s still on the battery charge it had coming out of the box when I bought it at 7:30 AM. I’ll charge it tonight and see how well it does through the whole day with me tinkering and whatnot. Based on what I’ve seen…I’m expecting two days.

    BTW – I signed up for the Share Everything plan when I got this phone and sharing a 4 Gb plan, my Wife and I saved $35 a month. Can’t beat that.