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Here's a special treat in honor of the mass hysteria (or at least a lot of excitement) surrounding the Verizon HTC Droid Incredible. We brought together Android Central writers Jerry Hildenbrand, Keith Newman, Jared DiPane and Ali Fazel for an epic roundtable discussion about the Droid Incredible, its competition and what it means for the future of Android.

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There are 2 comments

moosc says:

If u pop open the EVO it is red with black battery. Is this going to b a HTC THING? Also I still fight u all on screen capture.. bb storm had a simple one button action to take screen shots and bb have the tightis security if any phone. Ivet tried the rooted app and don't like it. Next what is in the pipe line for MOTO Droid I like the incrediblebut would love to heat what is leaked next. I really don't think MOTO would just toll over I would think they would want to put out a device that stood the incredible.. your thoughts?

gbhil#AC says:

Not letting any application take images of (potentially) private information on your screen actually gives Android the edge in the security department, at least in this aspect.

Inconvenient? - yes
Overkill? - yes
Secure? - yes