Verizon's Droidland is being shaken up in time for the launch of its next generation of the Droid Incredible, the Droid Incredible 4G LTE by HTC.
We must be getting closer to the release of the Droid Incredible 4G because it showed up briefly on the Droid Does microsite but also because it is almost the two-year anniversary of the original Droid Incredible, two years ago.
Price reductions also are a sign that Verizon will be launching a new product. The price of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has dropped down to $199.99 with a contract at Verizon Wireless online. For Mother's Day, Verizon Wireless has lowered the price of the Droid RAZR to $99.99, a day after Verizon instituted the $30 upgrade fee. The Verizon Wireless online pricing for the Droid RAZR beats the upgrade price at Amazon.com, but not the Amazon new-customer price of $49.99.
The best price for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is still Amazon with $149.99 for renewers and $49.99 for new customers.
Features of the Droid Incredible 4G LTE found on Droid Does were shown to be 4" qHD (960x549) touchscreen, 8MP camera, HTC Sense 4.0, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Beats Audio, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, LTE, MHL, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with a list price of $299.99.
The next new member of the Droid clan is expected to be called the Droid Fighter or Droid HD with HD recording and HD screen.