Other Items for Thought....
How much onboard storage memory or ROM? If that's how people like to refer to it.
Is this gonna be our version of the Bravo as has been a pretty popular theory, or is this an entirely separate phone? The fact that it has an optical track pad and similar specs, seems like it's plausible. However, to answer the question about touch or physical buttons, from some of the pics and I think even in the video it appears the buttons are touch buttons. You kind of see them lit up at certain points, so this would be a deviation from the Bravo design.
The optical track pad also looks different than the Bravo's. To put it the best way I can, The Incredible looks more like an optical track "ball" where as the Bravo looks more like a "pad" or flatter surface. That's only going off what I see in the pics and video though, which are all very dark on the bottom end of the phone so it's hard to tell.
I also don't like the back, agree with the others who think it's ugly. I'd have to see it in person to decide for sure, but I'm fairly certain. Hopefully this gets changed or has options, but I don't know why I've always considered phones with interchangeable back / front covers sort of cheap looking.
The RAM dissapoints me to, and I hope we haven't seen the final number. I'd like it to equal the N1, or I'm gonna have a hard time buying it over the N1. I'm spec obsessed, so if I know there's a stronger option spec wise, I'll really have hard time buying something with lower specs.
Hopefully the screen is 3.7" at a minimum as well.
Other question is that if this is NOT the U.S. Bravo, then will we still be seeing the Bravo over here on some carrier, or will that just never come to the U.S.?
Nice looking phone either way, and exciting to see some new news.