The HTC Droid DNA, also known as the HTC DLX or HTC Droid Incredible X, is the Verizon-bound HTC J Butterfly version that will soon compete against other Android phablets that are already available from the carrier including the LG Intuition and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
The 5-inch HTC J Butterfly smartphone has been recently unveiled in Japan, but the phablet contender will soon arrive in other markets as well. In fact, we’ve known for a while that the handset was heading to the U.S. via Verizon, and we have more pictures of the smartphone to prove it.
Rumor: HTC phablet might be destined to be the Nexus 5
Following the launch of Google’s Nexus 7, the rumor mill almost immediately began spilling reports about a bigger version of the Jelly Bean tablet, specifically a 10-inch model that’d be known as the Nexus 10. Although that rumor is yet to be substantiated, we’re now hearing reports of an upcoming Nexus 5 device.
Verizon plans revealed by leak, Droid Incredible X and LG Spectrum 2 among new phones to come soon
You don’t get to be the largest wireless service provider in the United States by sitting around and doing nothing, which is why we were expecting Verizon for a while to reveal its plans for this fall. But before Big Red got a chance to officially tell us something other than the Droid Razr HD and Maxx HD are coming “soon” and other “surprises” are to be expected, a Phone Arena tipster went on and shattered the mystery.
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