Enterprise Mobility: Droid Incredible Swaps Its Keyboard for a Better Touch Screen, More Horsepower
Verizon Wireless is releasing a new version of its Droid smartphone on April 29, and eWEEK Labs got an early look at the devices. The Droid Incredible, which is made by HTC, offers a better touch screen than the original Droid (see our review here,) but does away with the slide-out keyboard. There's also a faster processor and more standard memory. New with the Droid Incredible is support for policy-based management through ActiveSync. Because of its lack of a physical keyboard, the Droid Incredible is thinner and lighter than the original Droid. The Incredible seems to work better as a phone, but like the original Droid, it suffers from lackluster WiFi, WAN and FM radio reception. For a look at the Droid Incredible in action, check out the slide gallery below, and stay tuned for eWEEK Labs' full review of the device, coming soon.