Verizon launching Droid Incredible 4G LTE on July 5?
Last month, Verizon Wireless officially announced the DROID Incredible 4G LTE, which is actually successor to Big Red’s famous DROID Incredible series of smartphones. Although Verizon is not planning to launch any phone from HTC’s One Series, but this device actually looks a lot like the One S, for example the front buttons. Now according to Verizon’s Equipment guide, the device will be launched on July 5, and finally after 2 months, we will be able to see this device in Verizon stores.
About the pricing, it will go for a healthy price tag of $199 with a 2-yr contract, and probably with a $50-rebate, the final cost will be $149. However, Samsung Galaxy S III is also coming to Verizon, which we all know is without any doubt superior than the Incredible 4G LTE, also it’s priced at $199, so I actually think that Galaxy SIII will take down the HTC’s monster in sales and will give it a really hard time.
Well, folks if you had a chance, which one would you pick, Incredible 4G LTE or the Galaxy S III? Tell us in the comment box below
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