A couple of days ago HTC announced the Verizon variant of the HTC J Butterfly dubbed the HTC Droid DNA. It’s the first 5-inch smartphone of the company and that is why many consumers were waiting for it with their fingers tightly crossed. Now it’s official and we know it’s one of the best devices we have ever seen. Due to its shocking specs list no one doubts this handset will sell well. Now we have a few more interesting features that will make you fall in love with this handset.
The first news comes from DroidDog, which claims the phone will be shipped with GSM radios fully unlocked. It means users can input any SIM card from any country and use it. The global roaming feature is enabled on the handset, and now that we learned this info, it’s clear the Droid DNA will be launched as a world phone, and users won’t have to wait for a software patch to unlock the service. As the source points out, the following bands are present on the Droid DNA: 850/900/1900/2100 MHz.
Secondly, Android Central found out the Droid DNA has a notification LED flash on the back next to the camera lens. So when your phone is put face down, you can be sure no incoming call or message will be out of your attention.
By the way, the international variant of the Droid DNA rumored as the HTC DLX will hit the Chinese market on December 6, UnwiredView reports. Accordingly, after the Droid DNA is launched in the US on November 21, HTC will announce it for China on the day on which Verizon was thought to launch the phone.