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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HTC built an incredible smartphone in the Droid DNA, only to replace it six months later with the HTC One. Watch our comparison video to see how well the new Sense 5-packing Android smartphone compares to its Butterfly-like ancestor, and stay tuned for our full review coming soon.
UltraPixel vs Megapixel: HTC One & HTC Droid DNA Camera Shoot-Out
The HTC One smartphone is a huge improvement over its predecessor, the Droid DNA. But does the One’s 4MP UltraPixel camera really offer an advantage over the DNA’s 8MP shooter? Check out our comparison to find out.
The Droid DNA from HTC was supposed to be the ultimate Droid, but it’s being supplanted by the HTC One just a few months later. Watch our video to see how well it’s held up over its short life as HTC’s premium smartphone.
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