The HTC Droid DNA DLX Takes a Tour of the FCC
In the past year or so the likes of amazingly large handsets have been cropping up all over the place. Most companies that have the resource and even will have taken a stab at the oversized smart phone market, but seemingly only one has prevailed. We have seen Dell make an attempt at the niche with their Streak, LG has taken its chances with the Intuition and even Pantech will try with their Vega R3. We all know however that Samsung has the crown in this market place with the Note and Note II, but can HTC compete? Recently we have seen an influx of phablet rumors surrounding HTC and its plans for the space and a new bit of information all but confirms its future.
Leaky pictures, unconfirmed specifications, details, renderings and even blurry cam spy shots have all leaked out into the real world and at very least have confirmed the Droid DNA, aka DLX. The last nail in the coffin of the DNA’s existence comes from the hall ways of the FCC. The handset has made its way through the approval process at the government agency and all seems well! Next stop, announcements! The filing has been approved under the name HTC6435LVW and comes rocking CDMA and LTE bandwidths. Additional HSPA connectivity is also embedded for any Verizon bound globe trotters. While the details on the new HTC phone is still under wraps, leaky details of its capabilities give anyone interested a good idea what to expect. The HTC DLX, or Droid DNA depending on which name your voting for will come running the very latest and greatest in Android version 4.1.1 aka Jelly Bean. Additionally, Android will be “skinned” with HTC infamous Sense 4+ running over the top. The massive touch screen is said to measure in at 5 inches and carry with it a 1080p pixel resolution. Internally the HTC DLX will be capable of a lot with a 1.5 GHz quad core chipset that will be backed by 2 GB of RAM. Around the back of this new monster phone is an 8 mega pixel camera, but conflicting repots suspect the camera could possibly clock in at 12 mega pixels, a front facing 2 mega pixel shooter is also available. Additional awesomeness would be provided by the likes of Beats Audio embedded, Wi-Fi 802.11, 4G LTE, and Bluetooth 4.0.
So is anyone interested? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think of the new HTC DLX otherwise known as the HTC Droid DNA. But before you go be sure to check out our huge selection of the finest in HTC accessories.HTC, 1080p, 8 mega pixel camera, FCC, droid dna