clearing the FCC this week followed by Verizon and HTC announcing a joint press event next week in New York City, we knew an official press photo of the HTC DROID DNA was coming soon. Today as usual, the awesome dudes from @evleaks delivered again. Giving us the cleanest and best press shot yet of the upcoming HTC DROID DNA phablet.
Verizon will be unveiling their next big smartphone. We say big because most likely come November 13th in NYC at 11 AM EST they'll be announcing and showing the world their new HTC DROID DNA. The 5-inch 1080p quad-core smartphone we've been dying to hear more about. More details after the break.
HTC and are on Verizon, then we have good news. Multiple leaks and reports have seemingly confirmed that the HTC J Butterfly 5-inch "phablet" will arrive on Verizon, and today the carrier has accidentally confirmed it themselves. Read on for more details about the upcoming HTC DROID DNA.
announced their J Butterfly (and HTC DLX for Verizon) with a 5-inch 1080p HD display, Sony is looking to join the fun. Today some images have surfaced of what could be Sony's next flagship smartphone.
recently announced 5-inch 1080p smartphone powerhouse you'll want to stay tuned. This weekend the HTC 5-inch phablet reportedly leaked into the wild complete with Verizon branding and 4G LTE logos. Lets take a quick look below.
Google as the next Nexus smartphone. With the 1 year anniversary of the Galaxy Nexus fast approaching many are anticipating another Nexus will arrive shortly. The LG Nexus 4 has been in the news plenty with rumors stating a late October announcement -- but now we're hearing the HTC Nexus 5 name again.
HTC finally announced what we've all been waiting to hear from them. That being their new 5-inch 1920 x 1080p full HD phablet smartphone over in Japan as the HTC J Butterfly. The name is quite odd but the phone and its hardware specs are beautiful. Below we have the HTC's "First Look" video showing off the smartphone.
Sharp has just announced their new 5-inch fully HD 1080p smartphone display technology will begin full-scale production, and has the green light to get going. Sharp is looking to power the beautiful screens on multiple devices with these new displays.