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The HTC Incredible S comes to Canada


Today, HTC announced that its Android-powered device, the HTC Incredible S is now available in Canada through Bell and Virgin Mobile.
The device sports both front-facing (1.3 MP) and back-facing (8 MP) cams, a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a 4-inch (WVGA) touch screen. The exterior is similar to the HTC Desire HD although it’s a tad smaller and seems to have a slightly different contour than the Desire HD model. This should bring users a more comfortable grip on the phone, one of only a few drawbacks we found with using the HTC Desire HD.
HTC Incredible S 
Aside from a superior experience while watching media, the Incredible S allows content creators to shoot high-definition video. HTC Incredible S captures video at 720p and supports SRS WOW HD virtual surround sound through the use of a headset. It also offers a noise suppression feature that aims to bring better sound quality to calls.
In Canada, the device can be purchased through Bell or Virgin Mobile for $99 on a 3 year contact. It’s available for $499.95 outright with no term.
Make sure to watch out for our full review of the HTC Incredible S later this week.
At HTC, we pride ourselves on bringing to people devices that are as beautiful to look at as they are to use, — Rick Babington, executive director, HTC Canada

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