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HTC and Verizon to hold event on November 13th to announce new device, possibly the HTC DROID DNA

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HTC and Verizon to hold event on November 13th to announce new device, possibly the HTC DROID DNA
No sooner do we see Verizon training its reps on the HTC DROID DNA then HTC and Verizon start sending out invitations to a event on November 13th. A new device is expected to be unveiled and many Big Red customers are hoping that it is the HTC DROID DNA being unwrapped on Tuesday. The festivities are supposed to take place at 11am in New York City. While another Hurricane, like the one that canceled Google's so-called  "Playground" event a week ago Monday, is not expected, a nor'easter is due to create some havoc on Wednesday. This should be cleared up in time for this event.

What we know about the HTC DROID DNA is that it will have a 5 inch display with resolution of 1080 x 1920. This works out to a massive pixel density of 441ppi. 2GB of RAM is expected to be on board with an 8MP or 12MP camera on back and a 2MP camera in front. HTC Sense 4+ should be running over Android 4.1.1. Driving the phablet will most likely be the quad-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 which means LTE connectivity fits like a glove with the quad-core processor.

A leaked press shot of the HTC DROID DNA shows wallpaper on the phone that matches the background of the November 13th invitation, so if the HTC DROID DNA has been on your mind constantly, Tuesday's event is one you're not going to want to miss. And that, of course, means keeping your eyes right here on Phone Arena.

source: @evleaks, AndroidCommunity, CNET


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