Droid Incredible 2 and Droid Charge Forums Added
Verizon subscribers will rejoice on the fact that the awaited Droid Incredible 2 is almost here. Acclaim by many as one of HTC’s best devices to ever hit the big red, the DInc 2 has made its way into the world of XDA. And considering the popularity of its older brother, wew expect that there will likely be lots and lots of good stuff going for it. Some of the main specs include a larger screen, sitting at a large 4 inches, an 8 megapixel camera with HD capabilities, and much more.
Also, the Droid Charge seems to have made its way over here. This new 4.3 inch beast by Samsung seems to be something to be reckoned with. This is Verizon’s second 4G LTE enabled device and the specs are nothing short of impressive with an 8 MP camera with LED flash (thank you Samsung for realizing that phones need flash for cameras to work in conditions other than bright daylight), 720p recording, a beefy 1 GHz processor, and more. According to some early adopters and online blogs that have had a chance to test it, the battery seems to die much quicker than expected (much like the Thunderbolt), but once tweaks start coming in, that is bound to increase.
Do you have one yet? If so, please share your comments and findings with the rest of the community.
You can visit the DInc 2 home on XDA here.
You can visit the Charge’s home on XDA here.
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