HTC Incredible video walkthrough

Boy Genius Report got their hands on the new HTC Incredible. The HTC Incredible is the latest in the Android smartphone lineup. It will be available April 29 but can be pre-ordered starting today.

The new HTC Incredible will feature the Android 2.1 OS, HTC Sense, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 8GB onboard memory an an 8 mega pixel camera.

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Am I the only one who hates the Sense UI? I prefer stock Android or stock w/e on my phone....the Sense UI just seemed to **** me off more than it helped on my WinMO 6.5 phone when I tested it.....and this doesn't look much better.

It just seems that they release too many phones, too often. In the last year, I've lost count how many different HTC models there have been! Even right now, we've got the HTC Desire, Legend and Incredible, all essentially doing the same thing but with little details like better camera, more memory space and other bits and pieces that don't really justify a whole different model of phone.

People who buy HTC phones need to realize that 2 weeks after they buy HTC's newest phone it will be obsolete. I'm already regretting buying the HTC Hero.

Emil Valsson said,
People who buy HTC phones need to realize that 2 weeks after they buy HTC's newest phone it will be obsolete. I'm already regretting buying the HTC Hero.

The Hero is a Gen1 Android phone, everything since the Droid/N1 is second generation phones, so picking any HTC at this moment will keep you covered for a while, there is no talk or rumors of any Gen3 phones at the moment

Emil Valsson said,
People who buy HTC phones need to realize that 2 weeks after they buy HTC's newest phone it will be obsolete. I'm already regretting buying the HTC Hero.

A new HTC phone doesn't make the previous one "obsolete"

My Desire rocks and if this is just the Desire with a better camera and more on-board memory then it'll sell like hot-cakes

Scrolling left and right seems pretty clunky. Also whoever came up with the name Incredible needs shooting.

The Teej said,
Looks more like the "social" version of the HTC Desire.

My Desire does all that. It looks like the only difference is the 8GB built in memory, 8meg camera, and the voice search.

I guess the 8GB memory would be nice to have considering you can't boot from SD card (or can you?) but if the lens is the same then the extra 3 megapixels is going to make approximately jack difference in the long run.