It is more or less common knowledge by now that most of HTC’s latest devices are more than capable of handling 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity in terms of their hardware specifications, although this potential is not achieved no thanks to the Android not supporting such a standard to date. We do know that Android 2.2 will enable native software support for 802.11n connectivity, and the FCC just revealed that the HTC Droid Incredible (read our review) will be getting a software update that enables such connectivity, although there was no mention on whether this will be the long awaited FroYo update or not. Guess the HTC Droid Incredible has just become the Droid Fantabulous.
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