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DROID DNA now available through Verizon

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HTC's new DROID DNA flagship is now available via Verizon Wireless. The biggest selling point of the phone is its 1920x1080 resolution Super LCD 3 display with 440 ppi, easily the highest pixel density available on a smartphone. The screen is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 2. HTC has packed the phone with a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro at 1.5GHz, 2GB RAM and a "high-end GPU." ...

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#1
I love HTC when it comes to build and quality and all, but damn, WHY, WHY strip the phone of a microSD slot and a removable battery?! They went backwards not forwards on this phone. It's a wonder why their company is in trouble financially these days. If it isn't broken, don't fix it dammit!!
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#2
Yup...no microSD, no removable battery, and it comes with Sense...seems like nothing more than a waste of some nice chips and a good screen.


#3
Originally posted by KillerBug:
Yup...no microSD, no removable battery, and it comes with Sense...seems like nothing more than a waste of some nice chips and a good screen.
So uninstall Sense and replace it with a different launcher.
#4
Still love my EVO 4g...hands down one of the top smart phones from the last several years
#5
Originally posted by blueboy09:
I love HTC when it comes to build and quality and all, but damn, WHY, WHY strip the phone of a microSD slot and a removable battery?! They went backwards not forwards on this phone. It's a wonder why their company is in trouble financially these days. If it isn't broken, don't fix it dammit!!
I feel the same way. Missing external storage and
removable battery is a deal breaker. I have 50gb of mp4's
on my 64gb card now. When I'm out, I carry 3 spare batteries
for my Rezound, using a phone as a small tablet uses a lot of
power, its reasonable to need to switch batteries. its a shame,
as I love HTC's hardware.

I wonder how one does a battery pull reboot with a fixed battery?
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#6
Originally posted by IndigoAK:
Originally posted by KillerBug:
Yup...no microSD, no removable battery, and it comes with Sense...seems like nothing more than a waste of some nice chips and a good screen.
So uninstall Sense and replace it with a different launcher.
Void the warranty on a phone that I can't change the battery in?


#7
Uriahr Unverified new user
I preferred the Droid DNA over the Galaxy Note II since it was cheaper and has a lot to offer. My favorite thing about the DNA is the huge 1080p display. It is perfect for watching my shows in HD. I use the DISH Remote Access app on my phone which lets me stream live TV through the Sling Adapter that I have connected to my receiver at home. Its a really useful app that I use to catch my shows when Im not at home since it works wherever I go. One of my DISH coworkers also has a Droid DNA, and we both think there is no other phone that can do it as good as this one.
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