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Verizon’s lineup in 2010: iPhone 4G, HTC Incredible and Nexus One

Following on from our earlier article, which informed you about the Verizon CEO and his latest comments in relation to an iPhone release, we thought we would put this into perspective and what it means for potential or current Verizon customers this year.

Firstly, if you haven’t read the article earlier today, you can do so here. Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg states that it is now Apple’s call, if the iPhone lands on Verizon or not, as the carrier are now ‘open to the idea’. Considering the information gathered so far on a CMDA iPhone, it is looking likely that a release will happen later on this year.

If the iPhone wasn’t big enough for Verizon contract holders, then what about the HTC Incredible and Nexus One? Details on the Nexus One on Verizon have slowed a little since CTIA Wireless 2010, but we definitely know it is coming to Verizon soon, even Google has confirmed it here.

As for the HTC Incredible, it is only a matter of time before this handset lands on Verizon – it will probably be the first handset out of the three which does release first.

If you combine the iPhone 4G, HTC Incredible and Nexus One handets together, it is looking like a very powerful lineup for Verizon in 2010. Would AT&T and Sprint be able to cope with this? The situation may change once the HTC EVO 4G is released, but it is looking slightly worrying for AT&T.

Let us know your thoughts on this. Will you be moving to Verizon if either of these handsets release soon?

Written by Alan Ng

Alan has been working for Product-Reviews since 2009 and became the Editor-in-chief in 2014. He has a passion for technology, the latest mobile phones and gadgets, and the gaming industry. Alan is a graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University and completed a B.A in Commercial Music in 2008. While expressing a keen interest in all areas that PR cover, you'll usually find Alan in the gaming section, where he'll be keeping enthusiasts up to date on all the latest news and reviews for consoles and PC.

Contact Alan Ng: alan@product-reviews.net

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Snookdeesh
Snookdeesh

Chupa mi penga all you fags! VZW sucks donkey balls and will never get the iPhone… They are leading their customers to all jump ship to other carriers because they can't release a dayum phone

Jroc
Jroc

I tried leaving Verizon for iPhone… but everyone else service is mediocre at best compared to, and as far as customer service is concerned Verizon holds it down!

David
David

The iPhone is as enticing to me as a pumpernickel bagel smeared with poop, no matter what number you put in front of the G. The Incredible looks great, and the EVO 4G looks to be even better, so the question for me is, do I re-up with Verizon and upgrade to the Incredible this year, or do I ride out my contract with my current phone (HTC Diamond, which I'm currently dual-booting WinMo 6.5.5 w/Sense and Android 2.1) and jump ship to Sprint for 4G next year? A lot will depend on the upgrade pricing of the Incredible when… Read more »

Amantxpl
Amantxpl

I’m waiting for nexus one since January and still nothing. But right now I think iPhone 4g looks more appealing. Even if nexus one comes out I’ll be waiting for the iPhone and if verizon takes it’s time again I’ll go wiu the sprint evo. I’m tired of waiting for verizon!!! They should do something before people turn away from them. And now knowing that 4g phones are coming out,who will buy the 3g nexus or incredible?

Informed
Informed

Apple will have to pay a substantial fee to At&t if they breach their contract, which is through 2012. So Biggity, you might want to pack your bags.

TBooker
TBooker

I have been with Verizon for 10 years and have always wondered why the other wireless providers had better and cooler phones. I am very excited about the new lineup and can't wait to get either the HTC Incredible or the Nexus One.

Ace
Ace

As will I. I've gotten all hyped up about the Nexus One coming, but now it's not looking like it will happen soon (which I blame Apple for). It's still not worth it to me to give up Verizon, but the temptation is growing…

Biggity
Biggity

Will you be moving to Verizon if either of these handsets release soon?

I'll be moving from Verizon if they don't.

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