HTC Vigor named the HTC DROID Incredible HD

September 16, 2011

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When we first heard the name HTC Vigor we all knew it was a codename and we'd eventually hear Verizon and HTC's plan on a name. While we've seen plenty of leaks it appears the new name has finally been decided. The HTC Vigor will be the first HD phone to market as the HTC DROID Incredible HD and feature a 1280x720p HD display.

The Vigor originally leaked back in July and we've seen bits and pieces for months but lately it's all coming nicely together. The Vigor recently cleared the FCC showing those 4G LTE speeds and more. Latest leaks are also suggesting the Incredible HD may land possible as soon as October 13th just as recent roadmaps have suggested.

With a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor, HD screen, 4G LTE and the latest Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread this should be a nice alternative to the Bionic. Lately pictures of the Vigor in the wild have leaked and you can see those images here and more details on the press image shown above. I figured it would be called the Incredible LTE but HD sounds a bit more exciting don't you think?

More options are always welcome and I'm just glad to see Verizon is rolling out the 4G LTE phones in full.

[via Droid-Life]

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  • ugaBullDawgs

    But it’s missing ICS, so its not going to be as successful as the Droid Prime.

  • Here I set with my Droid Incredible 2 and this comes out? What the EFF!!!

  • Here I set with my Droid Incredible 2 and this comes out? What the EFF!!!

    • Metalcrow360

      You are not the only one,… launches a new phone every two weeks…that’s insane …

  • If HTC could manage to get more than a few hours of battery life from
    any of their phones, I just might have to check this one out. Poor track
    record when it comes to battery life for HTC = I think twice about
    signing a new 2 year contract for this phone.

  • Shravani Pandrapragada

    i am expecting still better smartphones from HTC this year

  • Specianopz10

    man these things are becoming more and more like pocket computers than phones… its great!