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Were the four phones (and the one amazing tablet) Verizon announced at CES not enough for you? Then you'll be happy to hear that Droid Life has unearthed two more devices headed Verizon's way: the Motorola Droid X2 and the HTC Incredible 2.

Unfortunately, the Droid X2 will not feature a LTE radio, although it will pack a 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. Interested? Droid Life says Verizon is planning to release the device in May.

As for the Incredible 2, it is said to be an improved version of HTC's original Incredible, complete with a larger screen and a global radio. The only other tidbit of information we have right now is that the phone is scheduled to launch in March.

Oh, and one more thing: that dual-core, LTE-capable Droid Bionic we saw at CES? You should be able to buy it in May. Exciting times lie ahead of us!

Source: Droid Life

Jaroslav Stekl
Jaroslav Stekl is a tech enthusiast whose favorite gadgets almost always happen to be the latest Android devices. When he's not writing for Android Police, he's probably hiking, camping, or canoeing. He is also an aspiring coffee aficionado and an avid moviegoer.

  • http://casedroid.com/ Bobby Mikels

    I own HTC Droid Incredible, I must say that this phone impressed me in almost every aspect. I will be looking forward to Droid Incredible 2

  • Ron H in Schenectady

    I agree with Bobby. I sold my incredible when I got the Droid Pro. While I like the physical keyboard of the pro, I've learned that I don't like Motorola's smartphones. I'll be running back to HTC when the Incredible 2 comes out.

  • Lucian Armasu

    A 1 Ghz Tegra 2 processor? Does that mean it's not a dual core? Please use "dual core 1 Ghz Tegra 2" from now on, unless specified otherwise. It can get confusing. Who knows if Nvidia really didn't make a single core 1 Ghz Tegra 2 chip? After all, they compared their dual core with a single core Tegra 2 in their charts a couple of months ago.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/jaroslav-stekl/ Jaroslav Stekl

      Yes, it is dual-core. Sorry for the confusion, but NVIDIA has never released a single-core Tegra 2 processor. They may have developed one internally for testing and benchmarking purposes, but they never released the product to the public.

  • sansenoy

    Why couldn't HTC, moto & samsung just make one flagship device per year, fine tune it properly and then launch their midrange armada? This is getting old, android is getting ported to damn toasters while we harp on about native GPU acceleration, the only thing we look forward to is a shiny new toy, while the android os devolves into a jumbled mess...

  • jose

    Want to see what new on the Droid X2!! I have a Droid X an Love it oh yes, I have had alot phones really ... two or more every year..

  • Hellershanks

    Incredible 2? This is the first I have ever heard of it... Is this just another name for the HTC Thunderbolt?

  • Travis

    It’s a different phone. The Thunderbolt comes out on Feb. 14 while the Incredible 2 is rumored to be coming out in March.

  • Bubba Leroy

    Does anyone know what the differences are between the Incredible 2 and the Thunderbolt?

  • Master

    It's pretty hard to improve upon the Incredible... A few things I would suggest: dual core processor, dual cameras (meaning 4G capable of course), HDMI out, and just a slightly larger screen, not too much tho, I enjoy the compact size! And if they change sizes, have the option of an extended battery like previously =)

  • Ish

    I think HTC Incredible 2 will be announced soon as the Verizon website has listed HTC Incredible as not in stock. This information is correct as of 3/26/2011 at 7.11 AM EST

  • http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/product-guide/ mike lim

    While its hardware is neither groundbreaking nor fanciful, the HTC Incredible S is a suitable buffer device for those in need of a new smartphone with a guaranteed Android 2.3 update. check out the review here http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/product-guide/view/144105

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