HTC's new device, the Droid DNA, packs some serious hardware into a slick form-factor. The powerhouse features a 1080p screen packed into only 5-inches, meaning it has a pixel density of 440 PPI. This high density puts it at the top of any available mobile device on the market, an impressive feat.
HTC claims that they have made the screen brighter than that of the One X, a screen that people are already impressed with. The viewing angles are said to be improved up to 80 degrees, which HTC has compared to the Galaxy S III's 30 degree viewing angle. It also runs a 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro, and 2GB of RAM.
It's got an 8-MP camera, 16GB of storage, Beats Audio, and NFC. It also comes with support for the Qi wireless charging standard. Verizon customers will be able to pick up the new Droid DNA on November 21 for $199 with a two-year contract. Keep in mind, this is a phone, not a "phablet" as it is slimmer than the S III and doesn't have a stylus.
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