HTC Incredible S
|Compatible networks||Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
HSPA/WCDMA Europe/Asia: 900/AWS/2100 MHz (S710e) OR 850/1900/2100 MHz (S710a)
|First released||United Kingdom February 2011|
|Availability by country||United Kingdom
February 26, 2011 (Vodafone)
Russia March 17, 2011
Australia May 1, 2011 (Optus)
South Korea June 30, 2011
|Successor||HTC Incredible 4G|
|Dimensions||120 mm (4.7 in) H
64 mm (2.5 in) W
11.7 mm (0.46 in) D
|Weight||135.5 g (4.78 oz) including battery|
|Operating system||Android 2.2 Froyo
(Upgradeable to 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich)
|CPU||1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255|
|Removable storage||32 GB microSD supplied|
|Battery||1,450mAh, 5.6Wh, 3.7V
Internal Rechargeable Li-ion
|Data inputs||A-GPS, Ambient light sensor, Digital compass, G-sensor, Multi-touch capacitive touchscreen, Proximity sensor|
|Display||S-LCD, 4.0 in (100 mm) diagonal
480×800 px WVGA
|Rear camera||8.0-megapixel (3264x2448)
Dual LED flash
720p HD video recording
|Front camera||1.3-megapixel (1.3.1 mp)
|Connectivity||3.5 mm Headphone Jack
Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR with A2DP
FM stereo receiver
micro USB 2.0
IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
|SAR||0.876 head, 0.776 body (both values w/kg@10g)|
|Hearing aid compatibility||M4/T4 |
The HTC Incredible S (S710E) (s710d), also known as the Incredible 2, is a smartphone designed and manufactured by Taiwan's HTC Corporation originally running the Android 2.2 operating system (since upgraded to 2.3.4 Gingerbread and followed by 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich  except for US Droid Incredible 2 ). Officially announced by HTC on February 15, 2011  at MWC 2011 in Barcelona, Spain alongside the HTC Desire S and the HTC Wildfire S, the HTC Incredible S was launched exclusively in the UK to Carphone Warehouse & Best Buy on February 26, 2011 marketed by Sarah Harding of Girls Aloud.
The Incredible S is the successor to the Droid Incredible.
During development, the device was codenamed Vivo and little was known about it before release. It is available as a CDMA variant on the US network Verizon as of May 2011 under the name Droid Incredible 2, and it is a world phone able to access both GSM and CDMA networks.
The HTC Incredible S is the latest of a long line of smartphones based around the 1 GHz Snapdragon chipset made by Qualcomm. In terms of hardware, it is very similar to the Desire HD with a few notable differences:
In a move seen as a new trend for HTC, the antenna for the phone is built into the back cover of the case (this is also true of the HTC Sensation). A unique feature of the Incredible S is the auto-rotating nature of the capacitive buttons below the screen.
Despite HTC recent design trend, the back is made of a rubberised plastic instead an aluminium body, presumably to help improve signal reception. The front is mainly covered by a sheet of gorilla glass, with a thin aluminium surround. In addition to the specification already mentioned, the Incredible S houses dual microphones for noise cancellation.
The version that has been made available in Canada for reviewers has been seen to have chrome accents around the screen, speaker grill, camera lens, LED flash bulbs and loudspeaker which the European and Asian version do not have. A red version is in production and has been spotted in Hong Kong and Singapore.
As of November 24, 2011, the HTC Droid Incredible 2 has been available in a limited edition red color, instead of the usual black.
HTC announced that the Incredible S will be upgradable to the Android 4.0 ICS, though the software update still hasn't been released for its U.S. counterpart, the Droid Incredible 2, more than two years later. The device was shipped with the second version of HTC's Sense, which includes satellite navigation software developed by TomTom using maps from Route66 (30 day free trial included) and a digital bookstore from Kobo fully integrated into the system. For the UK release, the UK & Northern Ireland maps are pre-loaded onto the bundled 8 GB microSD card. The device is a part of the new generation of HTC phones that have a signed bootloader. As a consequence, the phone cannot be easily rooted, and the user is denied administrative rights to the phone. However, users have achieved root despite the signed bootloader.
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