It’s time to open all cards, HTC. We know quite much about your 5-inch phablet, and the only thing you have to do is to announce it officially. The HTC Droid DNA has already passed FCC gates, so nothing can prevent HTC and Verizon from launching it in the US.
According to Engadget, the Droid DNA has got FCC approval. The docs show it supports Verizon’s CDMA network as well as LTE, and there is also HSAP for roaming. Though Big Red is still silent like the manufacturer, the phone has been listed in Verizon’s MAP.
Other than that, Android Community is sure we’ll get our hands on the HTC Droid DNA on December 6. It also confirms several earlier heard features: a 5-inch 1080p display at 440ppi pixel density, quad-core 1.5GHz processor, 2GB of RAM and so on.
Well, the only disappointing thing that still remains is its rumored price at $249 on contract. But if HTC wants to regulate the situation, it must revise its price policy.