The new 'best Android phone' boasts new network, 8-megapixel camera and Sense UI.
If you were going to buy an Android phone last month, most people would agree that the Google (GOOG) Nexus One would have been the best that money could buy. I love mine, but I also know that having the best Android phone is fleeting. The Nexus One replaced the Droid as the phone to have when it was released in January. As of today, the Android phone to have is the Verizon (VZ) Droid Incredible from HTC.
The Incredible isn't worlds different from the Nexus One, but it does have some significant advantages. The biggest differentiator is obviously the carrier, Verizon, which many customers will appreciate over the Nexus One's current choice, Tmobile (and AT&T unofficially). The Nexus One, being an 'untouched ' Google Phone also doesn't have HTC's Sense UI (better for MS Exchange and Social Networking) or the Incredible's 8 Megapixel camera. The Incredible is also slightly narrower, but less rounded, than the Nexus One. More
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