We're here in New York City, where Verizon and HTC have just taken the wraps off the highly anticipated Droid DNA. And this one's a looker. Let's break down the Droid DNA specs:
- 5-inch Super LCD3 display at 1080p resolution (440ppi)
- Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, quad-core at 1.5 GHz.
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB storage (11GB usable)
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with Sense 4+.
- 8MP rear camera with ImageSense and a new "Sightseeing mode"
- 2.1MP f/2.0 front-facing camera with auto portrait mode.
- Beats Audio
- 2.5v headset and speaker amplifier.
- 4G LTE data.
So, yeah. This thing's a bit of a beast. The Droid DNA builds off the HTC One line (remember that Verizon never picked up any of those phones earlier this year) as well as the new crop of Windows 8 phones, with a soft-touch finish that tapers down to just a mere 4mm at the edges. The sides are done up in a cool-looking speaker-grill sort of motif, though the usual rear speaker with its numerous pinholes remains on the back of the phone. The power button's up top, though it's been moved to the center of the device.
The Droid DNA goes up for pre-order today, priced at $199 with a service agreement from Verizon. The device will be released next Wednesday, Nov. 21.
Keep watching Android Central for more Droid DNA coverage throughout the day.