Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Will DROID DNA by HTC really be exclusive to Verizon?

Will DROID DNA by HTC really be exclusive to Verizon?:

Following the launch of the HTC One X+, DROID DNA by HTC is coming soon. HTC calls this 5 inch beast the ultimate smartphone!
This is the first smartphone with a 1080p Full HD display and the new SUPER LCD3 display with 440 ppi. The SUPER LCD2 display found on the HTC One X was already renowned for its superb viewing angle and color accuracy but HTC has taken this monster step further. Not only this but the DROID DNA also sports a Qualcomm quad-core processor, Beats Audio and crisp cameras.
With such an enormous screen at 5 inches, HTC places this phone in direct competition with Samsung’s latest phablet – Galaxy Note II.
Both the Galaxy Note II and DROID DNA will be running on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. Unfortunately, the DROID DNA won’t be available at all carriers, this beautiful beast will be exclusively sold through  for $199.99 on a two-year contract with Verizon on November 21.

Although it is said that the phone will be sold exclusively at Verizon, variations of the DROID DNA will likely be sold elsewhere by another name. This phone has already been launched in Japan under the name of HTC Butteryfly J. That’s, I expect that HTC will be selling the same phone with the same hardware through different names. So for those who want this phone in Europe, Canada, Australia and Asia, have hope!
And for the lucky ones in the US, Verizon Wireless is already taking pre-orders. Follow the source link to Verizon Wireless website to learn more about the HTC DROID DNA.

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