There's not much we here at PhoneDog love more than leaked photos of an unannounced smartphone, but I can think of one thing: leaked photos of two unannounced smartphones. Thanks to images sent over to the folks at Android Central, that's exactly what we've gotten early on this fine Thursday morning. First up we've got the DROID X2 that, well, looks pretty much just like the original DROID X. That means you're getting an 8-megapixel camera, HDMI out, and no LTE connectivity. The device in the photos is running Android 2.2.2, but there's no word yet on whether it'll launch with that or if it'll be bumped to Gingerbread before it comes to market.
The second handset that we're getting an early peek at is the HTC Incredible 2, the successor to Verizon's aging (but still great) DROID Incredible. There's an 8-megapixel camera around the back of the device, and Android 2.2.1 is running the entire show, although it's not clear whether or not that'll remain the same when the Inc2 is actually released.
So when can we expect these two new Android products? A recently-leaked Verizon roadmap claimed that the Incredible 2 would be coming April 28th with the DROID X2 following sometime in May, but Android Central has heard that that document may be outdated and that we may have the privilege of seeing some of those devices even earlier. It's not clear whether the Inc2 and DX2 are indeed those devices, but it's certainly possible. As always, we'll keep you updated.
UPDATE: Now the a batch of the Incredible 2's press images have leaked, as well. I don't know about you, but it certainly feels to me like we're getting close to finally seeing the Inc2 announced.