HTC DROID DNA launches on Verizon today, $199 on contract

21 November, 2012

The HTC DROID DNA, the manufacturer's first US smartphone with a 1080p screen, has become available through Verizon Wireless online and retail stores today, just as promised.

The device will set you back $199 on a two-year contract or you could opt to get it commitment-free for $599. It's available starting today from both Verzion's website and its brick and mortar stores at the same price so it's up to you to decide how to get it.

The DROID DNA comes with a Super LCD3 screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and the impressive 440 ppi density. On the back there's an 8 MP snapper and the whole device is built into a polycarbonate unibody shell. On the inside there's a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro with 4 Krait CPU cores clocked at 1.5 GHz and 2 gigs of RAM.

The international version of the DROID DNA is codenamed HTC Deluxe. We saw it in a press image but can't say when it will become available.

We're en route to post our HTC DROID DNA review later today so stay tuned!

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Reader comments

  • Jonathan06.Ph

Its battery is decent enough. Accdng to gsmarena blog, it received a 49hr Endurance Rating. You really dont need big battery.­­tery-tests-heres-what-it-scored/

  • AnonD-70006

Does anyone know if it's waterproof like the J?

  • Anonymous

Amazing phone!