Droid Incredible 2 Spied, Looks Exactly Like You Think it Would [VIDEO]

Judging by the following pictures, Verizon’s follow-up to last year’s Droid Incredible appears ready for its official announcement and unveiling.  The guys at AndroidSPIN were passed a couple of images of the device in a powered on state as well as from behind.  Looking very much like a bigger (4-inch screen) Incredible, the backside features the familiar beveled edges and design.  Details include a 1GHz Qualcomm processor, 8-megapixel camera, a 1.3-megapixel front facing camera, and 4GB internal storage.  Meanwhile, the team over at ANDROIDworld.it have posted a video unboxing of the Incredible S, which is essentially the same device.

Thanks, Emanuele!

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3 Comments

  1. Nsmartinez79
    March 14, 18:23 Reply

    So basically its the same as the old one with a front facing camera? No thanks…….

  2. cisO.o
    March 14, 18:56 Reply

    You’re wellcome and sorry for my english :)
    It’s about the same of Droid Incredible but the front facing camera, a little more RAM and the new Sense UI.

  3. Sweizy
    March 14, 19:56 Reply

    In my opinion… ugly as hell ; d

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