Posted by Dradon Haystorm on 29th September 2011

HTC Droid Incredible 2 review

The HTC Droid Incredible 2 has everything going for it.  It is a suave and sexy phone for the most glamorous of mobile phone users.  The HTC Droid Incredible 2 is all about making things simpler for its users.  The compact design with the rounded corners aims to help the user to hold the phone more comfortably, as well as being a sensible enough size for the user to read the display whilst also being able to carry it around easily when not in use.

HTC Droid Incredible

The HTC Droid Incredible 2 features both front and rear cameras.  This is a really useful feature for anyone who enjoys making the most of their camera functions.  Whilst the rear camera can be used to take still images of your surroundings, capture memories or take snapshots as a reminder, the front camera is useful for having video conversations with your contacts.  The phone has an excellent 720p video quality and can even capture video in darker lighting – great if you are out partying.

The super clear viewing area is ideal to watch videos.  Many apps allow you to watch shows and films online and this phone provides a great means of entertainment whilst on the move.  If you like to listen to music, there’s SRS WOW HD surround sound.  You just wont find these kinds of entertainment features on many other phones on the market.

You can turn your mobile into a wireless hub.  By turning on the phone’s hotspot capabilities, you can allow up to 5 other devices to share your Wi-Fi connection.  One great way of making the most of this is if you are on holiday and pay for Internet access per device.  Simply connect the HTC Droid Incredible 2 to the hotel’s Wi-Fi, and you will be able to allow everyone else in the family to share that connection.  Up to 5 for the price of 1!

This phone has all you need and more!

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