HTC and Verizon are holding a joint event come November 13, which could be the unveiling of the long-rumored and still semi-official, HTC Droid DNA.
But we can’t be too much sure about it since HTC has also lined up HTC 8X Windows phone for Verizon, so there are chances that it turns out to be a disappointing event for those who already see the Droid DNA as their next phone, and love.
We’ve heard about the November 20 release date of Droid DNA, and to boost that date, the device has already cleared the FCC authorities and Verizon has started training preps too for the 5″ 1080p display boasting HTC teratoid-droid. We at best can only speculate about it at this point of time.
For those still new, the HTC Droid DNA is U.S. and Verizon’s version of HTC J Butterfly for Japan, and packs in some serious hardware: 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, 5-inch 1080p display with 441 PPI, 2 GB RAM, etc. The device has already been through lots of leaks and rumors — was also known as HTC Deluxe, HTC Incredible X, or HTC DLX — so, it’s about time both Verizon and HTC take notice and make the Droid DNA all official. What say?
We will just have to wait and watch if something more brews up within the next few days which would give us more information on this. Keep your eyes open and you shall be gifted!