HTC Droid DNA

  • HTC Droid DNA
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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.

Expert reviews and ratings

By GadgetReview on 85

If you're ready to upgrade and short on cash but still want the best, the Droid DNA only...

By TopTenREVIEWS on

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 smartphone. It...

By NotebookCheck on 86

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...

By ConsumerSearch on

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 inches...

By Pocket-lint on 80

It's probably going to be better for you to wait for the...

By androidheadlines.com on

The HTC Droid DNA is an amazing phone. I would definitely recommend everyone on Verizon looking to upgrade to pick this one up. Although, if you're the type that does like root and tinker with your device, this might not be the one for you. In fact...

By PhoneDog on

At the end of the day, the DROID DNA is a fantastic smartphone. It's leading the pack in the 5-inch 1080p sector and sets the bar quite high. It performs virtually without a hitch, the display and design are fantastic and the build quality is well above...

By pocketables.com on 90

Going into this review, I had the Galaxy Note II still on my mind, as should be obvious from the myriad of comparisons to the device within. For some, this will cause frustration, as they expect every device to be reviewed in a vacuum of sorts. Just as...

By xtremetechjunkies.com on

The HTC Droid DNA is, in my opinion, the best smartphone on Verizon at the moment. It's well built but a one design choices, the top-center mounted power button, hold this otherwise amazing device back. It's great to see Android 4.1 on board but Sense...

By The Gadgeteer on

Is it just me or does it seem like every new Android smartphone looks almost exactly like the last new Android smartphone? It sure felt like deja vu all over again when I opened the box that Verizon Wireless sent me a few days ago. Inside was the HTC...

By Brighthand on

Build & DesignMy first impression on pulling the DNA out of its box was that it felt huge, yet amazingly thin. Although one of those feelings turned out to be a bit misleading. When you take a closer look at it, you realize that the DNA is actually...

By androidauthority.com on

Before we wrap up, there are two things that haven't yet been addressed; one good, and one bad. We'll start with the bad: unlike its very close cousin the HTC J Butterfly, the Droid DNA doesn't have a microSD slot, which means you're stuck with the 11...

By gadgetsteria.com on

The ~4.5-inch smartphone is now commonplace and 4-inches is considered small. Funny how fast things change. Now in late 2012 and looking into 2013, the new hotbed of mobile activity revolves around even bigger 5-inch phones. At what point is big too big...

By productfeedback.com.au on

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By HotHardware on

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 up...

By Phone Arena on

Phone cameras are constantly getting better and better. True, they do so at a relatively slow pace, but they are moving forward, despite the limitations imposed by the thin profiles of today's phones. Those who have been with us for longer know that...

By Phone Arena on

Always being a force to reckon with at any time, Apple’s mighty iPhone 5 stands highly amongst the crowded smartphone landscape with its suave personality that’s capable of entrancing consumers with its cohesive quality elements. In this day and age,...

By Phone Arena on

Being the latest entrant in the smartphone kingdom, there’s no arguing the imposing presence of the super spec’d HTC DROID DNA. Simply put it, the smartphone is one immaculate piece of tech that’s a sure fire competitor ready to fend of the hungry...

By droid-life.com on

After we posted up our full review of the HTC DROID DNA , I was able to get a hold of a second device and take it for a spin of my own. Since it's such a major device for Verizon, I couldn't help but share some of my thoughts on it as well. This isn't a...

By Chip Chick on

All-in-all, the Droid DNA by HTC should definitely be a contendor this holiday season if you're in the market for a new phone. The screen is by far one of the best (if not the best for the moment) and the LTE and quad-core processor will keep this...