It's been a few weeks since Verizon teased us with some images and specs for the HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE, and now the carrier has finally officially announced its latest Android phone. As we heard before, the latest Droid Incredible will feature a 4-inch Super LCD display with a 960 x 540 resolution, as well as a 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor. Of course, Ice Cream Sandwich with Sense 4 will be on board, making this phone only the second to launch at Verizon with the latest version of Android. The main camera features an 8-mexapixel sensor that shoots 1080p video; HTC's new ImageSense software should be on board as well. There's also the obligatory front-facing video chat, though it only captures at VGA resolution.

Of course, Beats Audio and LTE connectivity are included, along with a somewhat paltry 8GB of storage — though there's a microSD slot if you need more space. Most of this info was already known, but unfortunate Verizon and HTC weren't ready to announce firm pricing or a release date; all we know is that it'll be available "in the coming weeks." However, Verizon's teaser site indicated it would be priced at $299.99 — we'll see if that somewhat high pricing holds up when the phone hits the market.