I would post the link but I have posted it several times and I'd rather not search my posts again to link it again so nobody will read it again lol.
From what I read the OLED screen in the N1 is poor excuse for an OLED screen and the Droid's LCD is very nice.
Last edited by iPirate; 05-02-2010 at 02:13 AM.
Here you go.... HTC Mobile Phones - DROID INCREDIBLE Verizon - Overview
Knowing is half the battle.
It appears that one of the early Incredible reviews included a screen shot showing the device running at 768 mhz. Like the Droid, however, the Incredible varies its clock speed according to demand. So it appears that the momentary drop to 768 may have been the source of the erroneous "underclocking" impression.
P.S. One of my apps shows the current clock speed of my (unrooted) Droid. It varies between 250 and 550 from second to second. If I took a screen shot at a point where it was at the low end, the same erroneous impression would result.
PPS. Did some more checking and found that the 768 underclocking information comes more or less exclusively from pre-release articles. No telling whether it was independently confirmed information or just the usual repetition of a rumor on multiple internet sites. In any event, there doesn't seem to be any true confirmation one way or the other since the Incredible's release. Furthermore, simply citing the specs (1ghz) doesn't resolve the issue, either. The fact that the chip is capable of a particular speed doesn't mean it's actually clocked at that speed in a particular device.
Last edited by jsh1120; 05-02-2010 at 09:44 AM.
Curmudgeon Member of Rescue Squad
I returned my moto after 30 days and went to the di. I did not want to start my 2 years with out the latest technology. I had prox sensor (light sensor) issues and the keyboard would open in my pocket. I've played with the di for about 2 days. No problems. I originally chose the moto because of the keyboard, but I only used it a couple of times. The other day, I went for several hours using voice and never really used the screen much. Being old and clumsy, I too was afraid not to have a keyboard, but i got over it very quickly. Good luck out there.