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Tuesday Poll: Are You Buying the HTC DROID DNA?


Now that Verizon and HTC have made the DROID DNA official for November 21 at $199, we have to ask – are you buying it? So far, in the comments of most DNA posts, we are seeing a lot of excited readers who can’t wait to feel the soft finish in their hands, gaze into the beauty of the 5″ 1080p display, and snap photos with what is sure to be a best-in-class smartphone camera. On the flip side, we are also seeing a lot of you question the 16GB of internal storage with no way to expand that via microSD card. And what about the 2020mAh battery that has to fuel a quad-core processor and 5″ 1080p display? We’ll be testing all of that shortly, but as of today, are you planning to make this your next smartphone?

Be sure to check out our hands-on and video overview of the device from today’s live event.

Are You Buying the HTC DROID DNA?

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  • yarrellray

    Hey Verizon bums I love my jellybean on my Galaxy S3 on Tmobile. Verizon sucks rotten eggs and has always been THE WORST CARRIER in the update game. Score one for Sprint and score one for Tmobile when it comes jellybean. Now where are the SO CALLED BIG DOGS of the carrier industry??

  • abhele

    come on man, 2020 thats it , gs3 has more than that , give samsung that screen and the nexus name they will make the god of all phones


    Glad I pre ordered note2

  • TylerChappell

    Here is one thing I just don’t understand about wireless charging. Why do people think it is so much better than messing with a cable. I can at least buy a 15ft cable if I want for super cheap, and the cable isn’t really obtrusive to my usage of the phone when it is plugged in and so I can still use it.
    If however I am charging it wirelessly with some little dock type thing, as soon as I pick up the phone to use it, then it is no longer charging. Whats the real advantage of wireless charging if your device is just going to be stuck to the surface its charging on?