HTC's Droid Incredible line has always provided solid Android devices to Verizon, and the original Droid Incredible was one of the first mass market Android phones aside from the original Droid. So, while it's no HTC One X, the newest Droid Incredible seems to carry on the legacy of its predecessors, at least according to the latest leaks.
Along with the image you see to the right, a "trusted source" revealed that the Incredible 4G will include a 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 1GB of RAM, 8MP no lag camera, VGA front camera, a MHL port, and LTE and NFC connectivity. Additionally, the device will be running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich paired with HTC's Sense 4.0, which is certainly better than launching with Gingerbread.
On the hardware side, the Incredible 4G is said to have a gunmetal frame like the HTC Rezound, and an interchangable back cover that retains the traditional topographical look. Capacitive buttons remain, but the number has been reduced to three in the same configuration as the One X.
There's not much information on a release date, but the source of the images did mention that the Incredible 4G might be a budget offering between $99 and $149 on contract. With those prices in mind, the Incredible 4G is looking like a steal, so hopefully Verizon announces the device in a timely manner.