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Verizon Confirms HTC DROID DNA Name a Bit Early Via Support Page

Thanks Verizon, for confirming the name of the 5″ 1080p HTC device of yours before you have announced it.

As you can see in the support page above, the ADR6435 is listed as the HTC Droid DNA. This name first popped up in a MAP list a week ago, but things can always change on those, especially since MAP lists tend to come from 3rd party VZW stores. I’d say that this posting to Verizon’s official site is about all the confirmation we need, though.

Still no word on a release date other than mid-November, which just so happens to be a couple of weeks away.

New thoughts on the name?

Via:  Verizon

Cheers Rey!

  • Zenny

    Will it have wireless charging? That my friends is the question.

  • Tyler Casilio

    At least it has a removable battery….eh..eh? Droid DNA will not be what I call it

  • Noel

    I just have a few Questions to HTC a company that i love but sad to say despite making some killer devices keep making some dumb moves to thwart the success of key flagship devices.

    1) Despite making killer well built devices why they keep omitting key specs like ( SD cards slot, removable bigger batteries, ample internal storage tho the One X+ did gr8 with 64GB int memory) that the masses have been clamoring for. My advice they got to go toe to toe with Sammy and match them spec for spec or even surpass them.

    2) With AMAZING DEVICES like the One X+, J Butterfly variant, Why are they still stuck with this dumb Exclusive model which just limits the purchase of these gr8 devices by the masses from other carriers. Please please learn a thing or two from Sammy and Apple ..they are striving to have their FLAGSHIP devices on ALL MAJOR CARRIERS and their sale numbers and profit are proof. Most ppl don’t change Networks to pursue a device…bring the device to them on their carrier.

    3) Too much time passes between the announcement of a device to when the device actually hit store shelves…cut that down to at least 2 to 3 weeks.

    4) More aggressive advertisement department to let the masses know the jewel of a device they have out or coming out. I seldomly see those HTC adds on TV anymore…there is a reason why HTC was doing very well here a few yrs ago. All i see now is Samsung Adds everywhere, and soon it might be LG adds everywhere…WAKE UP HTC…WAKE UP.

  • Jeffrey Waller

    nice post will be useful for HTC One X users…

  • Verizon rep

    So i work as cust service for Verizon and a new htc phone just got announced to us reps (as well as a Nokia) but sadly its not Android its windows 8… Now keep in mind no name was given for the htc phone so it is possible that this is not the phone bring named DNA but just a little food for thought

    • tpxcst

      The DNA will not be the WP8 phone. Two ways you can tell, 1) On Verizon’s support page it is listed as the “HTC Droid DNA”, pretty sure the name of a WP8 device wouldn’t have the word “Droid” in it – especially since VZW has been paying Lucasfilm for rights every time they use it. and 2) The model number is ADR6435 where “ADR” is HTC’s shorthand for Android, and 6435 follows nicely behind ADR6425 (rezound), ADR6410 (incredible 4g lte), ADR6400 (thunderbolt), ADR6350 (incredible 2), ADR6300 (incredible), and ADR6200 (eris).

      • Verizon rep

        Just actually saw a prototype of the windows 8 htc its not a 5 inch display

        • NemaCystX

          That’s because its the 8X by HTC, rumored to also have wireless charging exclusively on Verizon

  • https://www.facebook.com/aaron.williams.125 Champion1229

    SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY ALREADY!!!!!!

  • Tony

    Could DNA mean Do Not Announce?

    • LionStone

      Please…Do Not Attempt :-)

  • cooksta32676

    No more face unlock. The DNA has Strand Unlock™, lick the screen, and you’re ready to go.

    • michael arazan

      Thump print and retna ID laser scanner with the front facing camera.

  • cooksta32676

    I just hope this thing isn’t a IP5ish tall skinny Hershey bar looking phone. I’d like to see tiny bezel and a little girth…..yes, that’s what she said. Beat you to it.

  • HTC-guy

    I own both the original Galaxy Note (international) and the HTC One X (international quad w/32GB) and I much prefer HTC’s skin, but I love the screen size on the G’note and sometimes use the pen functionality. I plan to switch as soon as possible to the HTC DNA. HTC just has much better software design than Samsung, especially in the exchange email client which is what I use the most.

  • Jake

    My biggest thing on this phone is waiting to see about the microSD card slot. I know it may not seem like a big deal, but it’s something that I’ve come to rely on with my Evo 4G. I’ve got a 32GB card in there filled to about 20GB with music, books, games, etc. Unless this device comes with a 32GB internal HDD I wouldn’t be interested without the micro slot.

    That said, it really is standing out as a phabulous device. I look forward to seeing early benchmarks on the S4 Pro Quad. I’ve been holding off on my Sprint upgrade as my contract expires on Nov 1st. If this will be out by Nov 20th it’s great timing.

    • bos

      Totally agree. I don’t care if they call it XXL, DIX, DLX, DNA, etc.. Just give it a microsd slot or it’s DOA.

    • ben7337

      Completely agree, I don’t mind if it only has 16 or even 8GB of storage, heck based on the specs and how verizon priced the MAXX HD and the SGSIII, I fully expect it to have that limited storage, but so long as it has a microsd slot, that won’t matter to me at all. Even 64GB cards are only $40 on a good deal, and that’d give me plenty of storage to get by. So long as this phone meets all the unofficial specs, including 2500mAh battery and microsd card slot, I’m totally getting it. Just can’t wait much longer.

    • Ohiwastedmylife

      It DOES have a SD slot do not worry. The HTC Butterfly J ( HTC DLX_J) has an SD slot. This phone is a complete copy of that device except for software and will definitely have a slot.

    • trob6969

      It’s Antutu benchmark score is 13,827; somebody posted a YouTube vid on it.

  • fartbubbler

    I’m getting this or the Note 2, whichever is released first.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Nick-Bell/750747288 Nick Bell

      I am in the same boat.. With the N4 not coming to VZW anytime soon, I am between these 2.. I am leaning towards the N2 just because the new touchwiz features look awesome, but this phone looks awesome too..

      • NemaCystX

        If you want a new Nexus on Verizon, wait till January, BMX said there are some Nexus goodies to be had for us on Verizon around that time

  • MichaelFranz

    Want this, but literally just got a GS3 like 2 weeks ago. Depending on the reviews and the battery life performance, this might look like a winner.

    Would love to see if VZW would let me transfer my upgrade to another line that is on a share data, that would help.

    • NemaCystX

      I used to transfer upgrades to other lines all time before, its how I got a new device every year without a 1year contract. They still let you too

  • YankInDaSouth

    I was thinking about retuning my Maxx HD (and temporarily going back to the Maxx) and getting this … but IDK, that battery (and HTC’s battery life reputation) has got me scared!

    • Captain_Doug

      I’d do it, but I like HTC. My battery life has been alright with a custom kernel on it. I’m sure this thing with a 2500mah battery will do fine. Not as well as the Maxx HD but nothing to cry about. Plus the S4 pro processor, the SLCD3 screen, NFC, and an unlockable bootloader(probably) aren’t shabby either.

      • YankInDaSouth

        IDK, the more I think about it I think I may stick with the Maxx HD. Been really happy with it thus far and I love the how non-intrusive Blur is. Not too sure I wanna deal with Sense again (had the TBolt)

        • Captain_Doug

          I don’t deal with any skin. I mentioned unlocked bootloader because of sense. Skins kill battery life and take away from the simplicity of android. Sometimes there may be a cool feature or 2 but it’s not worth it to me.

        • Charlie

          I’m also sticking with my Maxx HD. I tend not to root/rom my daily phone and I just personally cannot stand Sense. I have made it through Touchwiz before, but never liked Sense. So my decision was a no brainer. Plus the limited battery and (more than likely) lack of an microSD card slot and lower 16gb of storage. Just my two cents.

    • NemaCystX

      can’t be any worse than my Gnex with extended battery…. i’m used to it

      • YankInDaSouth

        LOL – true. I had GNex, then after 6 (yeah, SIX) replacements Verizon let me switch out to Maxx. Then grabbed the Maxx HD …. once you get spoiled with this insane battery life, it’s hard to even THINK about downgrading LOL!

        • YankInDaSouth

          Just hard to imagine leaving this behind!

          • LionStone

            Not really… stock Inc4 with 2150mAh :-)

  • PhillipCun

    Look at all those “Droid Razr phones… REALLY confusing.

  • jesse

    I have been waiting for this since Feb, ready to upgrade to quad core.

  • interstellarmind

    Can someone explain to me how this is better than the Note II?

    • Zach

      It’s not at all. HTC people will say the 1080p screen, but at that size, you won’t be able to tell much of a difference if any at all. Other than that, the Note 2 wins in the software department and everything else. ESPECIALLY in the battery! The 2,000mah battery in the DNA just doesn’t cut it.

      • http://twitter.com/ezbbycame2play E. Echols

        I know it’s just a rumor but there’s a possibility of a 2500 mAh battery.

      • azndan4

        1. Yes you can tell the difference. 2. Touchwiz is garbage. 3. Samsung phones have terrible data reception (I own a gnex and a gs3 and thunderbolt, thunderbolt easily has the best 4g signal) 5. Droid DNA has 2500 mah battery.

        • Captain_Doug

          Touchwiz is garbage… Not sure how anyone could actually use it.. on purpose.

          • LionStone

            Hehe, yea well, there’s lots of yarrelrays out there :-)

        • NemaCystX

          This!

        • yarrellray

          Verizon is well known for it’s crappy Lte network that suffers inconsistent Dbm/asu on most of it’s devices that are not Droid Razr devices. The network has dreadful signal strength and piss poor reception. The Galaxy Nexus had it, the Lg Revolution, Lg Vu, Droid 3. Piss on Verizon and it’s overrated cdma battery draining LTE network…

          • dashshiron

            LTE isn’t cdma you dolt, if anything it’s known for having the largest and most stable LTE network out there.

          • LiterofCola

            What color is the sky in your world?

          • KB Smoka

            My name is @yarrellray:disqus and I spew nothing but garbage.

          • Jim

            I really wish he would buy an iPhone, become an iSheep, and start posting his garbage over there. I would miss reading his thoughts….and laughing at him!!

          • NemaCystX

            He used to be on Sprint, he would come on Phandroid and post how much better his EVO 4G was better than devices getting leaked, or announced. He even praised Sprints Wimax network. Then he came to Verizon and praised the Gnex for a while, now he’s on T-Mobile, the cycle continues. So just ignore his “blah is better than blah” posts, he’s just a troll

          • http://twitter.com/jellydroid13 Jellydroid13

            The droid 3 didnt have LTE O.o

        • Jarred Sutherland

          I own the GS3 now and reception has been GREATLY improved over the Galaxy Nexus. In fact, it’s (in my testing) on par with Moto devices.

          You are correct though about TouchWiz, as much as it has been improved over the first versions it is still garbage. Just looks too child like, but flashing CM10 fixes that.

      • Dashshiron

        Uuhhhh, not at all?

        You can most definitely tell a difference between the two resolutions. The battery is a confirmed 2500 mAh AND the S4 Pro (a better processor than that found in the Note II) is much more efficient. Combine that with the SLCD3 screen this employs (25% more efficient than the SLCD2 found on the One X) and it should get pretty good battery life. That and it won’t be made out of Samsung’s awful hard plastic.

        • NemaCystX

          Add to that HTC’s build quality is much better than Samsung’s. I own the Gnex and i’m disappointed by the “plasticky” feel & quality of the build, not to mention the reception problems, Oh God, the reception problems since Day 1 have been awful, I get better reception on my HTC ThunderBolt

          And even though the Note 2 has a bigger screen, doesn’t make it the best “phablet” Not all screens are as big as they are on paper, they can be taller or fatter, and in the case of the Note 2, its fatter, its borderline Too Big for a phone

          • Respen

            My Thunderbolt is offended by all the “even the Thunderbolt was better” insults :(

          • NemaCystX

            LOL but it was a guinea pig device, look at all the delays it suffered before Verizon would release it, and it was the first LTE phone. Not really an insult when an outdated device outperforms a newer one, imho

        • yarrellray

          And it still won’t be better than the Galaxy Note 2. Samsung shits all over Htc just like Tmobile pisses all over Verizon…

          • dashshiron

            Right. Forgot the part where T-Mobile’s service wasn’t a pile of ass if you happened to live anywhere but a major city. You keep on enjoying your hunks of plastic with wonky radios, to each their own.

          • KB Smoka

            I actually was leaning your way on the first comment but after the “Tmobile pisses all over Verizon” comment it’s obviously you’re an idiot.

          • LiterofCola

            I lol’d

          • squiddy20

            “just like Tmobile pisses all over Verizon…” Yeahhhh, that explains why T-Mobile is generally considered the 4th largest carrier (both in coverage and subscribers) in the US behind VERIZON, At&t, and finally Sprint. What a f**king joke. You truly are delusional.

          • trob6969

            Give SPECIFIC reasons why you think Samsung beats HTC’s phones.

          • NemaCystX

            Aww gee, what happened to your “My EVO beats every device out there” comments? Hypocrite much?

        • ben7337

          Can you please show me where the confirmed 2500mah is? i thought that was just a rumor so far. Based on benchmarks I know the s4 pro and 1080p screen as proven, and the 1080p on 5″ means slcd3. However I haven’t seen any official confirmation on 2GB ram (assumed because of J butterfly though), or 2500mah battery, or microsd card slot.

          • NemaCystX

            I believe the FCC docs confirmed that, Kellex help me out here, I’m not even sure where we got 2500mAh

      • yarrellray

        The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 shits all over this Htc DNA all day long. This isn’t even any comparison in the real world. Samsung is the leader in this space they have nothing to prove. Htc hahas everything to prove and this device better come real strong or suffer poor sales as usual. Verizon will load this down with it’s standard bloatware infested filled crappy apps as usual. Plus with it’s crappy Lte battery draining network this won’t last long at all from a battery life standpoint. Please bring this Htc DNA on my friend the Galaxy Note 2 will bitch slap this device to Easy..

        • bizi

          Relax bro.. It’s really not that serious.. We all love cell phones but you need to chill. Take some of that energy to the gym.

          • LiterofCola

            …or get laid

        • Jake

          You sure are ignorant and ill-informed. There’s nothing in the Galaxy Note 2 that shows any signs of being a better phone than the DNA. Mind you that there’s nothing but speculation on the DNA and a stern contrast can not be formed at this time.

          Really, your comments are quite childish, rude, and spoken like someone who puts little stock in actual facts and lives in a fantasy world. So let me run down the major points here (based purely on projected stats for the DNA):

          1) HTC DNA has Snapdragon S4 Quad while the Note 2 has the Exynos Quad. While the Exynos has been proven to be the best avaliable, early benchmarks are trending that the Snapdragon S4 will surpass every other process including the Exynos.

          2) Both have 2GB of memory… so you’re not gaining ground.

          3) The HTC DNA is the first true 1080P Screen, so STFU and sit down. It’s got the better screen and there’s nothing you can do to downplay that.

          4) While the Note 2 will have 500 mAh more battery, the HTC DNA should be a less power hungry device. Again, this might be a place for the Note 2 to win but that will all depend on the benchmarks to arrive. Really a little battery isn’t going to sway my decision on a phone as long as we’re not talking hours of difference. At most I’d expect maybe 30-45 Mins more on the Note 2 AT BEST.

          5) HTC vs Samsung in software? I’ve used both, I prefer HTC. Apple users prefer Samsung. Is either better? I don’t know, they both function so I couldn’t care less. This is personal preference and has little bearing on the device itself.

          6) Verizon is what it is, the Note 2 is on Verizon too so I don’t get your argument. You can have Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, or AT&T. What’s the best? Yeah… I thought so. Maybe AT&T has an edge here or there but Verizon has the coverage.

          The one and ONLY thing that I see the Note 2 having over the DNA is the S-Pen. I love that thing and it’s uses are only going to increase. HTC f-ed up good not giving their phablet a pen.

          So really, benchmarks will lean on the HTC Droid DNA overpowering the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. So your argument is rather moot.

          So shut up! No one wants to listen to the nonsensical ravings of a loud mouthed malcontent.

        • squiddy20

          If Samsung “is the leader in this space” and has “nothing to prove”, then why are you going around as the Samsung evangelist? Shouldn’t their products speak for themselves? Why do you feel the need to puff up their products and put down the competitors? Good god you are dumb. You’re just as bad as the more fanatical iSheep.

      • trob6969

        You can definitely tell the difference between 720p and 1080p, easily.

    • hfoster52

      Its slightly smaller 5″ vs 5.5″ and same but different specs.

    • Captain_Doug

      1080P SLCD3 screen. Will probably have a “better”(to me) build quality since it is built by HTC. The screen is .5″ smaller which is preference. S4 pro which beats the 4412 in almost every way. I miss anything?

      • mannequins

        thinner. going by htc butterfly specs.

        • Captain_Doug

          yeah but I wouldn’t call it that big of a difference. They’re both pretty darn thin.

        • ben7337

          But tiny battery. The J Butterfly has a 2020mah battery. The DNA is rumored to have a 2500mah battery. That will add considerable bulk, htc is not good at making thin phones. The rezound is 13.65mm thick and has a tiny battery while the razr maxx from the same time was significantly thinner with more than 2x the battery capacity. If this phone has a 2500mah battery, I’m estimating something like 11mm thick, maybe 12. Still should be thinner than the rezound and thunderbolt though, and not exactly nightmare thickness, just not nearly as thin as the competitors.

    • trob6969

      This phone has a 1080p HD display, better front cam, more powerful processor, and its waterproof…well, Japan’s version is anyway.

  • majormudafuckinhun

    I’m pointing all my Android peeps to this baby! It’s badass!

    • yarrellray

      Yeah it’s so badass that the Galaxy Note 2 and Droid Razr Maxx Hd is better than the Htc DNA. It will be the third best device on it’s own network even with Verizon trying to make sure the Galaxy Note 2 was ugly. Plus we won’t FORGET the standard HTC BUGS that arrive with every Htc device…

      • majormudafuckinhun

        Sounds like you have PTTD. Post Traumatic TBolt Disorder. Get over it!

      • KB Smoka

        Save your tears in a jar and drink them

      • Jim

        What are you talking about?

      • http://www.facebook.com/uofwone8 Aaron Smith

        The specs on this thing slaughter the note 2 and the razr maxx hd. And what did they do to make the galaxy note ugly? Put their logo on it? Who the hell cares…

      • squiddy20

        1. The pixels alone on this phone beat out your pitiful Note 2. 1080p (typically 1920×1080 px) compared to the Note 2’s 1280×720 px. What the f**k are you talking about?

        2. Slap a case on the Verizon Note 2 (which a lot of people do for protection anyway) to cover up most of the branding, coupled with a bit of nail polish remover and/or some scratching/shaving with a knife, and the home button branding is gone. Why you make a big deal of a non-issue, and on a carrier you won’t even be getting it on to boot, is utterly beyond me. Don’t you have something better to do with your pitiful life?

        3. As if Samsung hasn’t had major security loopholes on it’s stupid Touchwiz. http://www.droid-life.com/2012/09/25/touchwiz-has-a-major-security-flaw-that-allows-factory-resets-with-just-one-click/

        • trob6969

          Yeah, and the LG Nexus 4 has the same quad core as this HTC phone and ALL of its benchmarks leave the Note 2 in the dust!

      • trob6969

        Are you kidding?! You think the Note 2 and Raze Maxx are better than this phone?! By what stretch of the imagination do you come to that thought?…I have the HTC Rezound and there isn’t even a single bug in it.

  • Chuck Finley

    …not the worse ever….but trying to get the title.

    Why not just call it the HTC Droid 5?

    • Jigga_Z

      Probably because the HTC Droid 5 and the (assumed eventual) Motorola Droid 5 would be way too confusing.

  • BGRUGGER

    I see it’s listed under devices with permanent battery…should be called DOA – Dead On Arrival

    • Diablo81588

      The RAZR series was DOA?

    • NemaCystX

      non-removable batteries last years compared to “removable” ones, they aren’t as bad as they used to be, plus it gives the manufacturer more battery space to not have to make it like a cartridge. Judging by that list of non-removables, i see more and more devices getting on that list in the future as batteries continue to improve.

      Think of this as our dreaded change in design

      Apple had theirs with the “lightning” cable that everyone is hating because of the lack of backwards support and accessory support (ie: docks, battery cases etc)

      We have non-removable batteries.

      Windows, iOS and even WebOS devices have non-removables. But hopefully this means we’ll get wireless charging/NFC built in to make up for that lack of removable battery too

      At some point we have to face the music when it comes time to change a standard in design, its the only way to advance when technology comes with improvements.

      Think of it like this, How many times have you ever had to replace a battery on a phone? Me, I’ve never had to replace one. Plus non-removable battery devices, such as tablets have better hardware failsafes to recover from freezing and lock ups than removable battery phones do.

      • BGRUGGER

        I have never had to replace a battery due to it failing, however, i LOVE the fact that i can have a fully charged battery ready to go when the current one in use dies…its the fact that I have the option to change battery size and go from 0-100% in a matter of seconds…just my opinion.

        • NemaCystX

          You have a point with being able to swap, but your really not supposed to on NFC devices. Other than swapping out a fully charged battery, I don’t see this as a pro or con. You have to shut down the device anyway when you swap batteries, and some devices can take a few minutes to reboot. I don’t consider swapping because of that and the NFC token. By the time I swap a battery I would have already found a charging source. But it would benefit those not near a power source vs someone that is. Gotta love the vast choices we have in the Android world. iOS users don’t have that choice

          • BGRUGGER

            Curious, how does swapping a NFC battery for a replacement NFC battery affect anything? I’ve never had any rebooting issues or NFC issues when swapping. I find it more convenient to swap batteries than sit by a power source.

      • trob6969

        Unless a phone with a non removable battery comes with a special back cover, it won’t have wireless charging. The phones that do have wireless charging requires the back cover be changed first.

        • NemaCystX

          That’s not true, the Nexus 4 has wireless charging and NFC with a non-removable back/battery. If its built into the phone like the 8X is, they can do it for any device.

          • trob6969

            You didn’t read my comment right. I said “unless”, so what I said applies to the LG Nexus 4.

    • yarrellray

      If you really want a 1080p screen done the right way then wait for the Galaxy S4 or Galaxy Note 3. Htc always scales back in some area. Galaxy Note 2 makes this look rejected…

      • Jake

        *Waits* Oh look, that’ll be another year. So the best phone now is the DNA for screen? Good boy.

      • trob6969

        HTC didn’t scale back on the rezound, which was the first smartphone with a 720p HD display and also first to smash iPhone’s coveted 326 ppi retina display.

        • NemaCystX

          Don’t forget the ONE X it had the best display available at launch

    • Chris

      Battery is pretty decent in it. I just hope it has an SD card. Just bought a Class 10 32GB

      • trob6969

        128 GB SD cards are supposed to hit the market next year if not by the end of this year.

      • NemaCystX

        This is one thing I’m more worried about than a non-removable battery. 16gb isn’t gonna cut it when its rooted unless it has microSDXC

  • Mack

    The M in RAZR M stands for Micro?

    Haha it’s bigger than the iPhone yet it’s called the RAZR Micro.

    • Justin W

      Saw that and thought the same thing

    • Diablo81588

      Uh.. the iPhone is not big? The M is small in comparison to the regular RAZR. Have you seen one in person? Don’t just look at screen size..

      • Mack

        I have but it’s just funny that these days a phone of that size is considered micro.

  • SCHMAHDLEDAHN

    I don’t care if they call it the HTC Milk Farts Barbara Streisand, I just want it

    • mustbepbs

      My vote goes to HTC Milk Farts.

      • http://www.joshbroton.com KillaPenguin

        DNA = Dat Nasta A**, right?

    • yarrellray

      Where is all that childish unnecessary branding now?? You pissed all over the Galaxy Note 2 now they release this device with NO COSMETIC CHANGES. Verizon is garbage just like Google bitch slapped you on the Lg Nexus 4 I hope Samsung stops making handsets for Verizon. Clearly they care only about it’s crappy bloatware infested Droid Razr Maxx devices. A clear attempt to discredit Samsung and it’s sales. Thank god for Tmobile, Sprint, and At&t. Piss on Verizon period..

      • fartbubbler

        u mad bro?

        • Jarred Sutherland

          u mad bro?

          • Jarred Sutherland

            u mad bro?

          • TheAquanox

            U mad bro?

      • steven

        u mad bro?

        • TheAquanox

          U mad bro?

      • droidbeatsapple

        u mad bro? …tell me how you really feel

      • LiterofCola

        u mad bro?

        • Jarred Sutherland

          Shutup Farva …. ;)

          • LiterofCola

            How ’bout I punch-a-size your face for free!

      • Pepsidood

        U mad bro?

      • Jim

        I don’t think it’s released yet Richard. Big Red still has plenty of time to brand this one too. Trust me it will have that logo that you love so much. Sometimes you make me laugh Richard.

      • Larizard

        Yarrell, tell us how you really feel.

  • http://twitter.com/mortodestructo Mort

    I kind of liked the 5″ DIX. :-D

    • steve30x

      0_o

    • http://www.joshbroton.com KillaPenguin

      That’s what she said?