Review: HTC Droid DNA for Verizon Wireless
The HTC Droid DNA for Verizon Wireless is a heck of a phone. The performance of nearly every feature bests the competition.
The display is simply incredible and the quad-core processor generates real-world results in performance and speed. Toss in good performance on Verizon's network, excellent call quality, and good battery life and you have a solid foundation on which HTC builds an excellent smartphone.
The camera functions very well and produces good results. The DNA offers plenty of avenues through which to consume media. And the Sense user interface leaves the use with an abundance of customization options.
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Probably my biggest gripe with the phone is HTC's software, which feels more intrusive on the DNA than on other phones. That's a small price to pay, however, for all the good features this phone offers.
The Droid DNA is HTC's best phone yet.
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