Droid DNA a Worthy Competitor to Galaxy Note II

HTC Droid DNA, the new smartphone device in the Droid series is all set to launch through carriers HTC and Verizon. It is not a usual smartphone you would  find in the mobile market. It is a phablet, of course.

After the success of Samsung’s phablet device Galaxy Note II, other manufacturers like Sony, LG and HTC are also trying their luck in phablet industry.

Though the Samsung Galaxy Note II is the king of phablet market and it is almost impossible to conquer its success,  HTC Droid DNA may be seen as a real competitor to the Galaxy Note II. The device  boasts some high-end features like a quad-core processor and an amazing display.

Let’s find out why this Droid DNA is a worthy competitor.


The most fascinating feature of the Droid DNA is its 5 inch display, which makes it easy to carry around.


The Droid DNA is rumored to have a quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and an 8MP camera. Above all the device is pre-loaded with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which ensures smooth and fast performance and it has a sleek and stylish design.


While the other phablet device like Galaxy Note II demands $299.99 on-contract price tags, the Droid DNA is rumored to be available with a price tag of $199.99 along with this high-end hardware and features.

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