HTC already has a new star in USA, the Evo One model shown by Sprint last week and now Verizon is also preparing a new unit, the HTC Incredible 4G. After their last tough quarter, HTC may want to get back to its winning ways and big sales. Models like the Rezound, Rhyme, Sensation XL and XE were far from impressive, but the One series is truly something else…


Back to the handset rendered here, the newcomer HTC Incredible 4G might be considered a relative to the One series, but which model is it? Well, let’s think about it: AT&T has the dual core HTC One XL, the dual core version of the One X, while Sprint has the EVO 4G LTE, basically a combo between the One S and One X. Now, Verizon is left in standby, without a One model to play with… but they have the HTC Fireball instead. HTC Fireball (codename) is now known as the Incredible 4G and it packs a dual core 1.2GHz Qualcomm CPU, Adreno 225 GPU and 1 GB of RAM.

However, sadly there’s only a qHD screen on board, making this a device that fits between the midrange and high end level. Maybe Verizon still wants to capitalize on the sales of the HD display-packing HTC Rezound, so that’s why they’re holding back from the One series. The appeal here is the combo between Android 4.0 and LTE and maybe a more affordable price than the One rivals.

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