Verizon support page reveals HTC Droid DNA before its announcement

October 31, 2012

HTC Droid DNA revealed by Verizon early

Verizon’s upcoming 5-inch 1080p device named HTC Droid DNA has been published as a registered device on its support page before the official announcement.

The screenshot above reveals that the ADR6435 will be known as HTC Droid DNA, a name that was revealed in a MAP listing a week ago. The same leak suggested the device will be sold starting at $199 in the near future. However, such MAP lists are known to change constantly and won’t always offer reliable information. And while Verizon’s support page does list the device, the Droid DNA is still not officially announced.

The device is rumoured to be announced mid-November and feature a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro Processor, 16GB of internal storage, 2GB RAM, an 8MP camera, and run Jelly Bean.

As expected, the HTC Droid DNA is most likely going to be Verizon’s HTC J Butterfly version, which happens to be HTC’s most recently launched device. Waiting for the 5-inch HTC handset to hit Verizon, we have already compared the HTC J Butterfly with the Galaxy Note 2. Which one would you rather buy?

Comments

  • droidbeat

    Leaning toward the DNA. But, want 32 GB and a battery that will last 24 hours if I can’t remove it.

  • Tom

    DNA…

  • Lorne Serpa

    Depends on the battery. 2500 and less, no, over 2500 maybe I’ll return the Note 2 I’m still waiting for VZW to release.