By Anton D. Nagy | November 11, 2012 9:02 AM
We’ve heard a lot about the phone which has changed many names in the recent past (DIX, DLX, DNA, etc.) to finally settle for one. The Droid DNA by HTC is believed to be unveiled in a joint Verizon-HTC event on November 13 in New York. We’ve seen press renders leak alongside real-life pictures of the device.
The render above claims and looks to be the final press render of the phone. There’s nothing here we didn’t know until now but, as usual, when official press renders surface it means that official wording is close.
The Droid DNA is expected to have, according to reports, a five-inch Full HD screen, like the Japanese J Butterfly, with a quad-core processor (probably Snapdragon S4 Pro), 2GB of RAM, 16GB of Internal Storage, eight- megapixel camera, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box with HTC’s latest version of Sense on top of it.