A while back we received word of an EVO-like Android device making its way to Verizon shelves in the near future, November 23rd to be exact. With all fingers point to a November release, nobody expected the device to be LTE capable. A cryptic tweet from user @black_man_x, when deciphered, says otherwise.
He responded to another Twitter user saying that the device mentioned above is in fact the same device pictured above, but the hardware has "been refined a bit." Part of another tweet from the same user indicates a possible higher screen resolution than what we're used to (he's likely referring to Verizon's NFL Red Zone):
"...N u haven't seen red zone till u see it in HD."
Verizon's LTE network is set to launch in 38 (or 39) markets before the year's end, but handheld devices with LTE capabilites aren't reported to be launching before January. With that being said, this can mean one of two things. The Incredible HD is in fact an LTE device and the aforementioned release date, November 23, is wrong. Or the device isn't actually an LTE device and may still be scheduled for a pre-holiday release. In order to know for sure we're going to have to play our favorite game, the waiting game.