Verizon Droid Incredible 2 confirmed to be a world phone

Droid Incredible 2 flyerIt was previously rumored that the HTC Droid Incredible 2 arriving on Verizon would be a world phone (a phone that can work all over the world) and now there’s solid proof of it being a feature of the phone. A recently spotted flyer/poster proudly lists “Global Ready in more than 200 countries” as one of its selling points. Verizon now has one more phone to add to its lineup of world phones such as the Droid 2 Global and upcoming HTC Merge. No mention of a release date or price yet, but it shouldn’t be too far away now. Any takers for this Android world phone?

Update: don’t miss the Ubergizmo in-depth Droid Incredible 2 Review

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