A friend of mine is on his 3rd HTC phone. He's using a touch pro2 now and before that he had the small one that ran windows mobile with no keyboard (and I can't remember what the other one was). He says that he likes HTC phones, but feels HTC is lacking in the long term quality department. After a year and half the small HTC phone he had looked like complete ****, all the soft touch rubber stuff was wearing off, and it just generally looked beat.
So if you tend to be a little harder on phones I'd go with the droid because obviously metal > plastic. But if you're like my mom and can use a phone for three years without racking up a single scratch, ding, or blemish (how this is possible I have no idea) go for the DINC.
I personally would still get the droid, but I'm a keyboard fan and I consider it a deal breaker since I don't like tapping out long emails on a touch screen.
Last edited by Sayersj629; 05-17-2010 at 01:35 PM.
The Motorola Droid has an advantage of battery life and call quality/reception. It it better then the Incredible Droid in that area.
However, the battery life can be resolved by using the ATK, and buying an extended battery that can last longer then the original one. It will add some weight to the phone. On the other hand, the call quality/reception is something that comes with the hardware and phone, that is why i chose Motorola Droid over the Incredible. I just bought it today.
In all other specification, Incredible is better then Motorola Droid. The speed, the camera, the design, and the weight. Additionally, according to some tests, Incredible Droid has more accurate touch screen but you won't feel that difference. In any case, I selected the Motorola Droid for its call quality, since Motorola has the reputation.