Specs? Leaked. Carrier? The VZW. Release date? It's the 29th. The only remaining unknown for Verizon's Droid Incredible, a Snapdragon-powered Android 2.1 handset from HTC, was the price, which was today pegged at $200. Oh, and pre-orders start Monday.

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In case you're not in the mood to reassemble months worth of leaks, here's the finalized spec sheet for Verizon's newest piece:

Android 2.1 with HTC Sense experience
1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon‚ĄĘ processor for maximum responsiveness
Friend Stream for unified Flickr, Facebook and Twitter updates
"Leap" view for quick access to all seven home screen panels
8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash for crisp, detailed images
Razor-sharp 3.7 inch WVGA (480x800) AMOLED capacitive touch display
Optical joystick for smooth navigation
Dedicated, touch-sensitive Home, Menu, Back and Search keys
Proximity sensor, light sensor and digital compass
Integrated GPS
Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g)
3.5 mm headset jack

Throw in the muscular-bordering-on-tacky rear styling, the general goodness of HTC's latest Sense interface, and what it's safe to assume is a significantly better camera than the crap Motorola's been shoveling into their Android handsets lately, and Verizon customers have a serious alternative to the Droid here‚ÄĒassuming they're OK with losing the keyboard.

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