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HTC Droid Incredible (Verizon Wireless)--share your thoughts

Read the CNET Review on the HTC Droid Incredible (Verizon Wireless) here:
http://reviews.cnet.com/cell-phones/htc-droid-incredible-verizon/4505-6454_7-34064029.html

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been waiting to buy the Incredible but not sure now..

I've read that there are reception issues with this phone.I live in a marginal area and if that's the case and not a software fixable issue I can't justify buying this.My LG Dare is dated but works,i really wanted to purchase this phone,use it to tether to my puter and for main phone.In 3 different reviews its been stated that call reception is lower than most other verizon phones,well that just sux..with all the fine top end hardware you'd think another 25cents of hardware for a good antenna would be a no brainer..any techie or one with knowledge of this problem know if its software or hardware related??

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Pre-Ordered and waiting for its arrival

I started researching the Nexus One in Feb. when my Verizon contract was ready for renewal. I heard there was a Spring release but my interest soon shifted to the Incredible as word started getting out. I pre-ordered it on 4/19 and anxiously await for its 4/29 arrival. My son-in-law works at a local VW store and he said they got a demo on this week and he was quite impressed with its speed. He has the Motorola Droid himself so he is quite familiar with the Android OS.

I'll share more later once I've got my hands on it.

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Native Exchange Support?

I read Bonnie Cha's Incredible review and still have some questions around exchange corp server email support. Will the incredible work like an iPhone in regards to exchange support? However the iphone is designed, it works perfectly with my corporate email exchange server. I currently have a motorola droid and added touchdown..but it still limits me to viewing emails. I can't draft new emails, nor can I respond to emails or view attachments. Obviously, this is a killer for a frequent business traveler like myself. I keep reading that the incredible has addressed some of these native synch issues, but am not sure HOW..considering there hasn't been another update to the android software. To my knowledge, remote device swipe and pin security have not been addressed in the most recent update of android...so if anyone can shed some light on this situation, it would be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance!

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HELP ME CHOOSE!!!!

im really confused everyone! The nexus will be out with verizon soon. i know that the incredible has a little better hardware but you have to remember that a computer is only as good as its software. Some htc phones still have android 1.6. The nexus is proly going to come out with 2.2 and the incredible might be stuck with 2.1 because google needs a selling point over the incredible on verizon. im pretty much sure that google will keep 2.2 exclusive to the nexus so they can sell some phones.

so plz i would love some freaking help lol!

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