The good old Droid Does web portal has been a reliable vector for leaked information for nearly every single DROID phone to date, and that tradition continues with the upcoming HTC DROID Incredible 4G. This third iteration of the Incredible hardware was spotted on the portal this morning with a full complement of specifications, finally laying to rest the rumors surrounding the device. The site also lists a price of $299, but that's likely a leftover element from the DROID RAZR MAXX sub-site.
The DROID Incredible 4G will essentially be rebranded version of the HTC One S. An identical 4-inch QHD display, 8MP rear camera and Ice Cream Sandwich with Sense 4.0 make it seem like a very similar device, but the 8GB of storage plus MicroSD card, 4G LTE connection and 1.2Ghz processor are a little different. The phone's also considerably thicker at 11.6 millimeters, despite a relatively small 1700mAh battery. This may be due to a new plastic case. You can see the site yourself at this link, but hurry - Verizon's bound to take it down soon.
There's still no word on when the DROID Incredible 4G will make it to market, but if Verizon's preparing media elements it can't be too long. The latest Incredible sits just below the HTC Rezound as far as marketable specifications go. There's no guarantee that we'll see the DROID Incredible 4G any time soon, but a previous leak had it pegged for release sometime in April. Also note that the DROID Incredible 2 has disappeared from Verizon's listings.