[UPDATE] Incredible HD Spotted Again, This Time with LTE

The Incredible HD sure is grabbing our attention this week. We got a close-up look at it yesterday, and now we’ve found a picture that tells us a little more about it. The device above looks to be the Incredible HD, and you can clearly see “4G LTE” in the notifications bar. So, it’s confirmed that this device will be LTE-capable, and headed to Big Red sometime soon. Still no word on a release date, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see this bad boy unveiled at CES. Also worth noting that we haven’t heard whether this will be labeled “Droid Incredible HD” or just “Incredible HD”. Which would you prefer? Are you excited now that we know it’s an LTE device? Sound off in the comments below!

Source Gizmodo

*Update: We just got some info from Droid-Life about the Incredible HD. The model number is ADR6400, which makes sense, since the Incredible’s number is ADR6300. They’ve also discovered another possible name for this device. The name “Thunderbolt” is appearing on documents next to “Mecha”, but that could just be an LTE marketing term, referencing the Verizon Thunderbolt LTE commercial. “ThunderBolt” would be a great name for a phone, though. More on this as it develops.

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