HTC Droid DNA leaks again for Verizon in purported press shot, passes through FCC [Updated]

Posted by: Brett

Update 11/6: @evleaks has just outed another press render, giving us our best look at the device yet. Although it’s nothing we didn’t already see before, it is a better image. Although, the wallpaper of the device in the render matches the background of the event invite sent out by HTC and Verizon. Here‘s the new press render.

The upcoming HTC phablet for Verizon has been leaked again in an alleged press render, sporting the name “Droid DNA”. Originally known as the “DLX”, the Droid DNA is rumored to be running Android 4.1.1 with Sense 4+, boast a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 2GB of RAM, as well as a 5-inch 1080p just like the HTC J Butterfly which was unveiled in Japan a few weeks ago. The device appears to look exactly like it’s international counterpart which is a good thing considering it’s specs. In addition, the Droid DNA appears to have made its way through the FCC showing off the device’s support for Verizon’s LTE network.

Rumors have the device making it’s debut this month which seems about right considering the FCC has cleared it already. Check the source links for the press render and the FCC filing.

Source: @evleaksFCC


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