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Old February 15th, 2011, 01:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Merged the 'disappointed' thread to keep the discussion streamlined for now. Hoping this will be a catch all for all the Incredible S discussion for now

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For all of us Incredible owners; are you dissapointed in the Incredible S? I mean, why release a single core, single channel phone now a days?

I like the 4: screen, but SLCD?

I think I'll just keep my Incredible...
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Not so much worried about the single core as i am about when this will be available in US. if you're talking about 3q then it will REALLY be outdated. If this came out say this month then cool. Wish they would of went samoled (or even amoled) but guess they got fed up with samsung over the original incredible debacle

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i live in va, two up two down, ive been told that a flashed android incredible to cricket wont work is that true?
Incredible - Support and Troubleshooting - Android Forums

Better yet, i'm gonna move your post to its own thread, this is the section for the newly announced Incredible S.
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Is this phone compatible with GSM frequencies or is it meant only for CDMA (verizon)???
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I'm checking out different tech blogs: Engadget, Droid-Life, Android Central, etc

Some make it seem this phone is only coming to UK in Q2, whereas some don't specify and just say "will be available Q2."

My concern is, I'm waiting for the T-Bolt. But I dig this phone a bit more, but not enough to wait forever for it. Does anyone (maybe someone who attended MWC and got to ask the question) know when or if this phone will ever hit US VZW stores?
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Is this phone compatible with GSM frequencies or is it meant only for CDMA (verizon)???
Will be released in UK first so i assume GSM
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I'm checking out different tech blogs: Engadget, Droid-Life, Android Central, etc

Some make it seem this phone is only coming to UK in Q2, whereas some don't specify and just say "will be available Q2."

My concern is, I'm waiting for the T-Bolt. But I dig this phone a bit more, but not enough to wait forever for it. Does anyone (maybe someone who attended MWC and got to ask the question) know when or if this phone will ever hit US VZW stores?
Well the Phandroid article here: First Look at the Improved HTC Incredible S [Video] | Android Phone Fans
says its coming to verizon 'in due time' and Rob Jackson (owner of phandroid and AF) was there himself. Sounds like 'in due time' is the best we gonna get for now

TB and Inc S seem to be almost exactly the same. Inc is a little smaller and has the Inc shape and feel, seems to be the only difference to me. Would like to get both in my hand and compare screens etc for real. Knowing verizon though it will be awhile before we even here when were getting it state side
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It is not really an upgrade to our phone, the specs are the same except the screen, just newer hardwares. Such a let down for the name, Incredible.
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It is not really an upgrade to our phone, the specs are the same except the screen, just newer hardwares. Such a let down for the name, Incredible.
I agree it is a let down, though like the TB the hardware has been upgraded, just not as much as we would like. It will be newer/better cpu, etc
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saw the specs on the htc's website.
Incredible S video player format support is bad. ie it doesn't play .avi and xvid formats whereas desire s does that..... good video player or higher MP camera??
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the desire s does really? thats a first. i thought samsung phones were the only ones that did this naively
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The Incredible S will be a great phone but losing the tracked was a big mistake. I love it and use it frequently on my Incredible. The rotating buttons are a small but good feature.
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the desire s does really? thats a first. i thought samsung phones were the only ones that did this naively

The desire hd plays divx and xvid.
samsung has licenced codecs from divx whereas htc does not.
so samsung develops good video player by matching the hardware to the codecs from divx.
on the other hand, htc does it only by tweaking the available codecs in android code which is not that efficient when it comes to video playback.

hope there are some nice video players in the android market to turn the incredible s in to a nice video player....
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Is this phone coming to Verizon Wireless?
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Well the Phandroid article here: First Look at the Improved HTC Incredible S [Video] | Android Phone Fans
says its coming to verizon 'in due time' and Rob Jackson (owner of phandroid and AF) was there himself. Sounds like 'in due time' is the best we gonna get for now
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The desire hd plays divx and xvid.
samsung has licenced codecs from divx whereas htc does not.
so samsung develops good video player by matching the hardware to the codecs from divx.
on the other hand, htc does it only by tweaking the available codecs in android code which is not that efficient when it comes to video playback.

hope there are some nice video players in the android market to turn the incredible s in to a nice video player....
Check out Rock Player and VitalPlayer. Both play the most common codecs.
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My girlfriend has the original Moto Droid and it is continually messing up on her. She really does need a new phone and is interested in this one. Would this phone be a good upgrade for her, or should she get the Thunderbolt instead?
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One nice thing I noticed on the Incredible S is the front facing camera, no? Skype would be more fun with that if it worked with the app. :]
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Lack of a 4g radio is making the Thunderbolt look better and better.
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How does it have a front camera but not 4 g radio? I thought that american wireless carriers didn't allow that.
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So according to Engadget, the Incredible S is now in Verizon's system. So hopefully soon now. Though it'll be weird if the Incredible S comes out before the much-delayed Thunderbolt.
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Has HTC finally put a usable microphone of this phone, every HTC phones video has tinny sound, does this phone have a better sound quality.
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so you know i work at carphone in the UK...we got stock of the Incredible S on friday.

it looks rather wierd the design with the back how it is, the matte black looks smart though...

i LOVE my dhd...and going to a smaller screen has really put me off...tbh i see no point in this fone? it has a smaller screen with lesser feature than the DHD...yet the desire S is to have better features upon launch?

also with all these new handsets coming out with dual core processors...i dont get it?
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so you know i work at carphone in the UK...we got stock of the Incredible S on friday.

it looks rather wierd the design with the back how it is, the matte black looks smart though...

i LOVE my dhd...and going to a smaller screen has really put me off...tbh i see no point in this fone? it has a smaller screen with lesser feature than the DHD...yet the desire S is to have better features upon launch?

also with all these new handsets coming out with dual core processors...i dont get it?

Can you please (if possible) record some sample video off this phone so we can see if HTC has FINALLY put a proper mic on this phone as every other HTC records tinny audio on the video's. If they have FINALLY fixed this then I might get this to replace my Desire, but if video is still Tinny I might look as something else.

For me a 4" screen is the maximum size I want I have tried the Desire HD but it was just way to big for me, so this is of interest.

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I am really looking forward to this phone!

Some things I like about it include: 4" SLCD screen, possibly a world phone, better battery life than the Incredible, improved processor/ram and a front facing camera.

Seems like a winner to me.

4G capability is nice but it really is power hungry so there is a price for the speed. For me 3G works very well for most things and wifi is a great fall back.

There is a ton of posts about wanting dual core but I'm not seeing the need for it. I think the biggest selling points for me are a nice display, good battery life and decent android upgrades.

I will also point out that while I love HTC phones I would like to see them innovate a bit more with their hardware designs. They have done a good job with their Sense UI though.
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I am really looking forward to this phone!

Some things I like about it include: 4" SLCD screen, possibly a world phone, better battery life than the Incredible, improved processor/ram and a front facing camera.

Seems like a winner to me.

4G capability is nice but it really is power hungry so there is a price for the speed. For me 3G works very well for most things and wifi is a great fall back.

There is a ton of posts about wanting dual core but I'm not seeing the need for it. I think the biggest selling points for me are a nice display, good battery life and decent android upgrades.

I will also point out that while I love HTC phones I would like to see them innovate a bit more with their hardware designs. They have done a good job with their Sense UI though.

Ranting done and back to waiting.

Proabably not a need for dual core now but I figure if you're in the market for a new phone it would be nice to be ahead of the curve with a dual core phone.
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The following is a copy from another thread I posted earlier:

"What a subjective discussion this is! :-)

I have recently upgraded from a BlackBerry Bold 9000 to an HTC Incredible S (Vodafone UK). I think the HTC Incredible S is a fantastic phone - especially coming from a BlackBerry. Battery life is excellent (so far), screen size is phenomenal, albeit 'only' 0.3" smaller than the HD - but much bigger than my BlackBerry. The screen/video quality is superb, better than my - wait for it - BlackBerry. The phone is very responsive and slick; if my BlackBerry was any slower than it would be going backwards.

It all depends on where you're coming from. If you're moving from HTC to HTC then you may be dissapointed. I'm not."
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really hoping this comes to vzw! My area will be one of the last to get 4g LTE, so this phone would be great for the next two yrs or so...
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really hoping this comes to vzw! My area will be one of the last to get 4g LTE, so this phone would be great for the next two yrs or so...
Well, it was spotted in their inventory system as the Incredible 2 so I would say its only a matter of time. It may even be a world phone which would be nice for travelers outside the US. I think the only major strike against LTE phones right now might be the intense battery drain they'll have. We will find out whats up with that real quick when the ThunderBolt is released.
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Well, it was spotted in their inventory system as the Incredible 2 so I would say its only a matter of time. It may even be a world phone which would be nice for travelers outside the US. I think the only major strike against LTE phones right now might be the intense battery drain they'll have. We will find out whats up with that real quick when the ThunderBolt is released.
All i know is i've been eligible for an upgrade since Feb, so its definitely testing my patience waiting for these phone releases! lol. Considered switching to Sprint for the EVO, but there's just too many good phones on the horizon, and the EVO is almost a yr old now.
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I can see why you would be anxious coming from the LG Dare (which I did have), the Evo would be light years ahead of that Dare. I would hang tight, that ThunderBolt is just around the corner and will certainly be better than the Evo.
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Here's the TechRadar's review:

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That a very interesting article! I have an HTC Incredible S and my experience with this phone has been excellent:-
  1. Fantastic battery life
  2. SuperLCD screen is excellent, but ALL superLCD screen are affected by sunlight/glare (this is not an HTC issue)
  3. Ultra-slim and ergonomically pleasant to hold and handle
  4. Location service works beautifully
  5. Video player does the job brilliantly
Highly recommended!
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That a very interesting article! I have an HTC Incredible S and my experience with this phone has been excellent:-
  1. Fantastic battery life
  2. SuperLCD screen is excellent, but ALL superLCD screen are affected by sunlight/glare (this is not an HTC issue)
  3. Ultra-slim and ergonomically pleasant to hold and handle
  4. Location service works beautifully
  5. Video player does the job brilliantly
Highly recommended!
Interesting read. I wonder why the reviewers weren't that happy with the battery life. Does anyone know of a android smartphone that excels when it comes to battery life?
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