HTC Droid DNA
The HTC Droid DNA features a 5" SLCD3 screen with 1920 x 1080 resolution(440 PPI). The DNA runs on a 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro chip with integrated LTE connectivity and paired with 2GB of RAM. It packs an 8 MP camera. 16GB of built-in storage, Beats Audio, and NFC. The DNA is also among the first phone to support the Qi wireless charging standard.
2GB of RAM.
Quad core processor.
Thin and light.
Runs Android 4.1 out of the box.
Durable build quality.
Unlocked HSPA+ / GSM radios.
Great 4G LTE signal.
Short battery life.
Lacks memory expandable.
Uncomfortable for one-handed use.
Indistinct power button & volume control.
Sense 4+ buries much of what is good in Android 4.1.
By GadgetReview on August 26, 2013
If you're ready to upgrade and short on cash but still want the best, the Droid DNA only...85
By TopTenREVIEWS on August 12, 2013
All of the HTC phone reviews we've done mention that HTC mobile phones are outfitted with the Android platform. The Droid DNA actually has Android 4.1 with HTC Sense. HTC Sense is a package of special features you'll only find on an HTC...-
By NotebookCheck on August 06, 2013
In Review: HTC Droid DNA The HTC Droid DNA inspires with a vibrant display and high build quality of the stylish case. It is evident that the Taiwanese manufacturer did not integrate the same high-quality components from the HTC One and only uses a...86
By ConsumerSearch on April 01, 2013
Bottom LineVerizon's HTC Droid DNA boasts a rapid quad-core processor, smooth Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, and staggeringly high resolution 5-inch display into the best smartphone powerhouse available on Verizon's network. At 5.6...-
By Pocket-lint on February 05, 2013
It's probably going to be better for you to wait for the...80
By The Gadgeteer on January 03, 2013
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By gadgetsteria.com on December 19, 2012
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By HotHardware on December 12, 2012
The DNA's 8MP rear-facing camera is quite good overall. Camera controls are simple and intuitive with manual options for ISO, exposure, image effects, depth of field, vignette and Instagram-like filters. The camera's white balance gets tripped...-
By Phone Arena on December 07, 2012
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By Phone Arena on December 06, 2012
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