Originally Posted by aaronwt
I thought the Incredible 4G was going to have a qHD(960x540) screen and a dual core 1.2Ghz processor? If so, that is a big difference from the Rezound with it's 1280x720 screen and it's dual core 1.5Ghz processor.
While I agree the qHD screen is a step down from the Rezound, if the Inc 4G LTE processor is in fact a snapdragon 4, even at 1.2ghz it will be more powerful in both CPU & GPU than the snapdragon 3 in the Rezound. The s4 krait processor has a lot of benefits over the s3, SoC aka system on a chip which improves battery life, the chip is a 28nm which also helps battery life, if it's 1.2ghz that means it's underclocked (normally clocked at 1.5ghz) which also helps battery life, and finally the adreno 225 gpu. Factor in a smaller & lower resolution screen, and a battery with 100mAh larger battery than the Rezound and you maybe looking at over 1 to possibly 2 days of battery life with better CPU & gpu performance. Finally there is Sense 4.0, which is much lighter than Sense 3.5 that is currently on the Rezound, and noticably lighter than Sense 3.6 that will come with the ICS update. Plus it's got ICS out of the box. The Inc 4G LTE would make me regret buying the Rezound if it had the same screen, but I'm to used to a 4.3" screen to consider it. So now I'm waiting on a One X variant on Verizon, which will probably come this fall. But if the screen size doesn't bother you, this is a sweet little phone, and much like the Incredible's before it, may be the cult classic of the Verizon lineup.