HTC Droid DNA Plus might come in lieu of HTC One on Verizon

HTC Droid DNA Plus might come in lieu of HTC One on Verizon
The HTC One is definitely one of the best Android devices out there with a brilliant design and top notch internals, but it misses one thing. It’s not coming on the U.S. biggest carrier, Verizon Wireless. AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile are all getting the HTC One, but not Verizon.

The reason seems to be the fact that Verizon has already got the HTC Butterfly, an exclusive 5-inch 1080p phone by HTC, so it probably does not want to water down its sales.

But lacking the One is still a sore omission. The solution? Verizon might be preparing the HTC Droid DNA Plus for launch, an upgrade over the original Droid DNA that will make up for the lack of the One. Actually, the HTC One looks much like the original Droid DNA in terms of design, so we just expect a bump up in specs and a few other new features.

The Droid DNA Plus has now gotten Bluetooth certification, and seems one step closer to becoming a reality. Whether it’d indeed get a Snapdragon 600, the new Sense with BlinkFeed with Zoe, and the new UltraPixel camera, are all questions we don’t have the answers to just yet. We expect to find out soon, though, so stay tuned.

source: Bluetooth SIG via Ameblo, Android Authority

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