It’s become very clear that the DROID Incredible is a superphone that rivals or nearly trumps the Nexus One in every aspect. The Nexus One has a 5 megapixel camera; the Droid Incredible has 8 megapixels, the Nexus One uses Android 2.1 with Google Experience, and the Incredible uses Sense UI, which is arguably the better UI out of the two. So then why in the world would Google want to have a Nexus One on Verizon, when you could get a phone with the Droid branding (which is no doubt very interesting)? My guess is that there are drawbacks to Verizon’s Incredible, possibly in the price sector. With rumors of the unsubsidized model being $599.99 while the Nexus One’s retail price is $529.99 off-contract, there will probably be a price difference in on-contract models, in the end only directing users to the Motorola Droid once again. Read on for the rest!