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SLCD-equipped Droid Incredible filtering into retail

Chris Ziegler

Those incoming Droid Incredibles with SLCD displays swapped in for those ultra-scarce AMOLED units are starting to make cameos on store shelves around the country, it seems, which means the supply constraints that have held it back for most of this year should start to evaporate. Of course, the Droid Incredible has been around long enough now so that demand is going to start to diminish naturally anyhow -- so... you know, six of one, half-dozen of the other. Besides the SLCD swap, it seems the new units have another fun little feature, too: they come with Froyo preinstalled, meaning you won't need to wait around for several painful minutes after your first boot for the update to go through. Needless to say, patience is not a virtue we hold dear.

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