A few weeks ago, we saw a mysterious HTC device leak out, a device that was running Android 4.0 with a Droid Incredible style design. We have also heard that Verizon might offer both white and black 16GB models of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Well, it appears that Verizon may be prepping to launch both devices next month.
The mysterious Droid Incredible phone will apparently be called the Droid Incredible 4G and it’s slated to launch on April 26th. HTC surprisingly didn’t launch it at the Mobile World Congress 2012 which means we might see a separate event come at some point in the weeks ahead.
As for the 16GB models of the Galaxy Nexus, they are currently scheduled to launch on April 5th. We expect them to check in with a lower price than the current Galaxy Nexus which sports 32GB of on board storage, and right now the price is pegged at $199 with the signing of a new contract.
Read: Galaxy Nexus Review.
The specs, besides the storage space, on the Galaxy Nexus will likely be the same specifications found on the 32GB version.
As for the Droid Incredible 4G, it’s rumored to have a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, an 8MP rear camera, a VGA front-facing camera, an AMOLED screen of unknown size, 1GB of RAM, 4G LTE, and again, a design that mirrors the older Incredible smartphones.
This should be exciting news for those that really liked the Droid Incredible 2 but were disappointed that it didn’t have 4G LTE. We gave it a stellar review and it was arguably the best 3G phone to ever hit Verizon’s network.
Look for more details to emerge about both phones in the weeks ahead and be sure to circle both dates in April on your calendars.