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HTC's Droid DNA is the American version of the HTC J Butterfly, the manufacturer's first 1080p Android. The handset features 2GB of RAM, a 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro SoC, and 16GB flash storage. It has an 8-megapixel main camera, 2.1-megapixel front-facer, and arrives running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The five-inch HD display is protected by Gorilla Glass 2, and the phone is equipped with a 2020mAh battery.

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    You know the drill: another week, another overload of tech news for three geeky guys to talk about. On this exiciting episode of the Pocketnow Weekly, though, things are a little different: in addition to the usual news from the three big mobile platforms, Michael, Anton, and Joe discuss issues of major import for the industry in our broadcast's new preshow segment. Today's "Thought Thread" covers the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and its impact on smartphones and tablets, as well as a little invention called CommBadge that has the potential to bring voice interface back into the ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we go through HTC and Verizon's press invite for an event in New York that we already speculate is for the launch of the much-anticipated Droid DNA. Then we go through Amazon's latest move to compete with Netflix and Hulu+ at a more aggressive price point with Amazon Prime. Then we go through AT&T's confirmed prices for Windows Phone 8 device this holiday season, which comes to the pleasant surprise of many of us in cases like the Nokia Lumia 920. Then we talk about the death of Microsoft's Windows Live Messenger and their migration to Skype. We end ...

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    We just got done checking out the latest HTC Droid DNA leak to come out of Verizon, making it look like the carrier was nearly ready to introduce the five-inch 1080p handset, but not leaving us with any new information about precisely when the phone might launch. Well, that could all be about to change, as HTC and Verizon just sent out invitations to a press event for later in the month that will almost certainly be used to announce the Droid DNA. The joint event will take place in one week from today, on November 13. The invitation itself doesn't offer any specific hints about the ...

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    Over the course of the past week, HTC's five-inch 1080p Droid DNA has started seeming a whole lot closer to being confirmed, first with the phone getting mentioned by name on a Verizon support page, and later upon the leak of a couple press renders of the handset. The arrival of one of those leaks came with the rumor that the phone might launch in early December. While we wait to hear something a little more specific, a new Verizon leak shows the carrier preparing for the DNA's arrival. Here, we can see Verizon using the branding "Droid DNA by HTC", which may be how the the phone finally ...

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    After hearing plenty of different names tied to HTC's upcoming five-inch 1080p Android, the specifics of the phone's US launch have finally started to feel like they're coming together, and it's been looking likely that the phone would arrive at Verizon as the HTC Droid DNA. When that name appeared on the carrier's website earlier this week, attached to the model number we associated with this hardware, that theory was sounding more probable than ever. Today we get some more evidence for that name thanks to the release of a leaked render, as well some claims that seek to narrow-down just ...

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    Ever since the HTC J Butterfly went official for Japan, we've been awaiting confirmation of how the phone would make its arrival in the US. Last week, we saw a leak out of Verizon which suggested that the five-inch 1080p Android, identified by model number 6435LVW, would launch on the carrier as the HTC Droid DNA. While Verizon has still yet to issue a formal statement, that's now looking essentially confirmed, as that name has popped-up yet again, this time on the company's public-facing website. One of Verizon's smartphone support pages provides instructions for soft resetting phones ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about our full hands-on of T-Mobile's new Samsung Galaxy Note II. Then we go through the recent leaks of a Galaxy Note II variant coming to Verizon with some awkward branding changes. We later talk about the LG Spectrum 2 which will probably shine as a good product, but which is sadly no Optimus G variant for Verizon. Then we go through the new leaks of the HTC J Butterfly now being dubbed the HTC Droid DNA in Verizon and no longer the DIX or DLX. We end today's show by talking about Apple's launch of the iPad mini and the surprise of a ...

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