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General HTC Droid Incredible may be gearing up for Froyo, 802.11n wireless support

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    Oh, nice, FCC review is usually done <1 month before implementation / release.
     
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    I suppose this would finally give me the push to go get that new router. My xbox and my laptop both supporting wireless N wasen't enough but I suppose even my phone supporting it will.
     
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    about time.
     
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    If true, this would be very welcome :)
     
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    I don't know for sure, but it most likely will be 2.4ghz. Slim to none that it will be dual band. Better than G though.
     
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    That's what the product sheets that were leaked said way back then. Can't wait.
     
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    lol we all have our tipping points!
     
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    People on xda are saying 2.2 within 3 weeks excited!
     
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    Yeah, but does that mean 3 weeks until they deliver it for rooted Incredibles?

    I'd like an official release; too nervous to root my phone.
     
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    Hopefully this is true can't wait!!
     
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    Can't Find the post but official is what I ment.
     
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    I just pulled up the user manual on vzw.com and compared to the one i dl'd when I got my phone. . .

    the one from the web shows 802.11 b/g/n and the old only shows b/g

    woo hoo!
     
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    so if it is in the rom, then incredible users should also be getting 720p shooting capability , no? *golfclap*
     
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    What?
     
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    What What??
     
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    Quoted from the letter to the FCC. Did anyone notice the "adding a battery"? The manual submitted still had the 1300 listed.
     
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    I really will be peeved if they start shipping phones with a different / better battery..
     
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    Yeppers, me too...just ordered a TP2 1500
    but if they would exchange my 1300 for a 1500, why that would go a long ways to help
     

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