One X and One S respectively, Verizon is left to cradle its exclusive Gingerbread powered Rezound, now in severely reduced circumstances. But that may not be the case for long: we've heard tell of the HTC Fireball, now thought to be a codename for the (DROID?) Incredible 4G, an update to the DROID Incredible 2. Pocketnow got a look at a leaked render of the device and... well, it looks a lot like the HTC One S.
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HTC Incredible and Incredible 2. The phone in question may or may not be the Incredible 3, but it's certainly real, and looks finished enough that it should show up in a more official capacity sometime in the next few months. Thanks to Phone Arena for the leaked photos.
both get 2.3 Gingerbread in September. Now two or so days later it appears the Incredible is already getting the OTA update because it's hitting handsets right this minute. If you are confused, the update was started back on the 15th but was quickly delayed for a few bugs HTC or Verizon found.
not be lucky enough to receive an update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread but that was quickly found to be untrue. Someone from support was wrong on that because not only was it indeed getting the update, but it was almost ready to begin rolling out already.
Droid Incredible S permaroot with S-off and a bit of the ol' unlocking of the bootloader and mixed it all up with their own flavor of blue and green.
Verizon roadmap had leaked and one of the smartphones on it that looked interesting was the Incredible 2. The first press photos of the smartphone have tipped up online and the thing looks pretty cool. Naturally, the device runs the Android OS.
we reported on last month.
AndroidSPIN has listed as a Verizon HTC Incredible 2. They've got pics of it from an unknown source and have a list of specifications for it that are suspiciously close to what we know are attached to the phone that just happens to look exactly the same: the HTC Incredible S, which we personally held and flipped over in our hands at Mobile World Congress 2011.