Recently listed as “out of stock” on Verizon’s web site, the Incredible 2 is not listed for sale any more. If you still need support or over view of the phone, those pages are still available to read, but you won’t be able to find any sales pages. With the introduction of the Incredible 4G coming on April 26, this may not come as any surprise.
As the successor to the Incredible 2, the new Incredible 4G is coming is with a list of nice features. Including the dual core 1.2 Ghz Qualcomm processor, 1GB of RAM and qHD display. Similar to the HTC One S it is however going to be able to use Verizon’s LTE network and incorporates an NFC Chip. Also available will be an expandable memory slot for a micro SD card.
We have recently done a review on the HTC One S if you would like to get some idea of the potential for this new phone. Just remember the added features that the Incredible 4G is adding to the mix of goodies. If you are planning on getting one of these phones as an upgrade from the Incredible 2, let us know what you think in the comment section.
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Verizon removes Incredible 2 from sales listing