It's an exciting time to shop for a new smartphone. Which is to say, it's a confusing and maybe frightening time to buy a smartphone.
Consider the sleek Droid device, running Google's Android software, that Verizon Wireless's site touts. Its form and features could make that carrier's older devices look a little old and busted.
That might be a problem if you bought the sleek Droid device that Verizon touted in November. While the Motorola Droid finally gave Verizon a respectable competitor to Apple's iPhone, it compares poorly with the HTC Droid Incredible that Verizon began selling Thursday.