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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Droid Incredible 2 Review

HTC DROID INCREDIBLE 2 Android Phone (Verizon Wireless)The HTC DROID INCREDIBLE 2  is one of the newest editions to Verizon's DROID lineup. It runs $200 with contract with Verizon. I myself personally own this phone so this review will be very in depth. This phone is made my HTC, one of my favorite companies. I like HTC because they are open to rooting devices and customization. This phone has been improved from its predecessor, the Droid incredible , but is a disappointment from many other views. The display however is very nice and crisp, also fairly visible in the sunlight thanks to their SLCD (Super Liquid Crystal Display). It is a 4" display so not too small nor too large, just right for most users. this phone runs extremely smoothly and features a lot of things most companies wont include. It runs Android 2.2 with an older version of HTC Sense, but with Sense they actually think of you as a customer. they have included many awesome features such as minimal bloat ware, a flashlight app, easy to use stock feature, and customization of the notification bar and themes without root! HTC also put in a 1Ghz snapdragon processor which run exceptionally well and cool. It hardly ever clips or malfunctions if ever. my favorite feature is the option to restart the phone! The camera takes amazing pictures too, with easy to use interface and scenes built in, unlike the DROID X . The only thing that the camera lacks is auto focus during video so you have to click to focus on certain spots, which can be nice at times. another feature which is nice is the webcam, but not many apps are using it on 3G yet. the speaker on the phone sounds amazing, but is to quiet for my taste. It does however have a great audio jack, it hold the male end well and prevent interferance and sounds better than most phones. Here are a list of its feature.
~3G hotspot for up to 5 devices
~720p Video recording
~Webcam
~4" SLCD display
~768mb of RAM for fluent speeds
~GPS
~SRS Surround sound
~Compass sensor
~G-Sensor
~Proximity sensor 
~Light sensor  
~FM radio
~TI audio DSP

Final Thoughts and Review
I think its a great phone, but not worth the $200 when 4G is only $50 away. It needs more features but if your looking for a starting phone and are new to android, go for it!

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