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Review: HTC Droid DNA for Verizon Wireless

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Nov 18, 2012, 8:07 AM
Why, oh why, put so many impressive features into this phone, only to miss out on the most basic ones?? 1080p display with a fixed storage of 16gb?? What's the point of baking in the features if you can't truly take advantage of it? It's like getting a new Lamborghini with snow tires.

My excitement for this phone has been quelled by what I feel are 2 MAJOR flaws:

1 - Non-Removable Battery.

2 - No External Storage (c'mon, I have a 64gb in my Rezound.)

Must admit I'm tempted, but I think I'll wait for the next train...

Nov 18, 2012, 12:51 PM
Those two omissions place this device in Blackbury "innovation" land. Specifically, watch for the new BlackBury 10-10=0 to be released in 2016 with native email following 60 days after that.....

Nov 19, 2012, 1:59 PM

This new trend of non expandable memory on such top end phones like these really has me undecided on the next step should I ever move on from my Galaxy S3 (which I just added a 64GB memory card in).

With such high end features, buyers of this phone will feel a bit of a pinch relying on network storage and the data plan where Verizon makes some fast money if you're not near a wifi source.

This phone IMO, would be perfect if it had SDXC support. Especially with a phone that has a full HD display in it. Not only will HD content fill up that free space quickly, what about applications or some of the latest games pushing nearly into 2GB per game alone?

Hopefully HTC will buck this trend in the future or realize that in a flagship...

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