Droid DNA Boasts 5-inch 1080p HP Display
Updated: added wireless charging detail
HTC and Verizon Wireless today announced the Droid DNA, a new flagship Android phone with the first full 1080p HD display in a phone for the US. The 5-inch display has 440 ppi pixel density. The phone sports a curved glass front and a unibody solid polycarbonate curved back with matte texture. Features of the DNA include the same 8-megapixel camera as the One X, plus HTC's ImageChip, supporting simultaneous photo and video capture. The 2.1-megapixel front camera has a wide-angle f/2.0 lens. The processor is a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro at 1,500 Mhz. It comes with 16 GB of fixed memory and a 2,020 mAh non-removable battery. Audio is powered by Beats, with dual amplifiers at 2.55-volts. The phone also includes wireless charging. The Droid DNA is available for pre-order today, shipping November 21 for $200 with contract.
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Only 16GB Memory?
Which in my eyes is the only thing wrong wit the device, other than it being on Verizon and not Sprint, which is notorious for carrying HTC products more than Verizon.
As someone here on PS previou...
Only good thing....
http://www.androidauthority.com/htc-droid-dna-comes- ... »
And 1 serious problem....
Really stupid decisions!
Hey, thank God for the Galaxy S3, I was nervous Samsung would follow this trend before the S3 was officially announced, but was greatly relieved that both the battery AND memory are expandable!
This line of thinking that HTC goe...
As for the ...
Wonder if at&t is getting any of these new 1080p phones?
But anyway I'd have to see this device in person and hold it with my hands.Then 16GB? Hmmm