In the UK, the countdown to the general elections has begun. Entering the debate for the first time is the digital economy and broadband connectivity. In Ireland in the next year, a key election issue could be broadband.
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A specsheet purporting to be leaked from an employee with US telecoms company Verizon shows the full extent of what we can expect from the HTC Incredible. Sure it has a Snapdragon processor but in comparison to the HTC Evo incredible it ain't.
About a month or so ago the HTC Incredible specs, as reported on The Boy Genius Report sounded pretty nice: 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, 8GB internal memory, 8MP camera with autofocus, advanced speech recognition and up to 16GB removable memory via MicroSD.
Then the HTC Evo - due to be released this summer on US carrier Sprint - came along and frankly the promise of WiMax/4G connectivity and dual cameras on this thing blows the Incredible out of the water.
Also the Evo has a 4.3-inch TFT LCD whereas the Incredible has a significantly smaller 3.7-inch. No competition then.
By Marie Boran
Pictured: The droolworthy HTC Evo