A few days ago we showed you what appeared to be the first images of Verizon’s HTC J Butterfly version, dubbed as HTC DLX or Deluxe or Droid Incredible X. Now we have a new report out there that seems to suggest a different name for the device.
According to a leaked Verizon Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) listing, the HTC6435VW, which is the model number of Verizon’s HTC phablet, is listed as the HTC Droid DNA and comes with a suggested on-contract price of $199. The device could hit stores staring with November 20, although nothing is official though.
Alongside the HTC Droid DNA, we also spotted a few other Android and Windows Phone 8 devices in Verizon’s lineup (see following image.) Of those, we’ll point out the Galaxy Note 2 that sports a $299 on-contract price tag and is expected to launch in the very near future – the device has an October 24 MAP pricing starting date.
Considering that we have already seen pricing and launch details from most U.S. mobile operators that are going to carry it, including U.S. Cellular, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T, we wouldn’t be surprised to see Verizon unveil its Galaxy Note 2 version in the very near future.
With that in mind, what phablet are you planning to buy from Verizon in the near future, the Galaxy Note 2 or the Droid DNA?