The HTC Droid DNA — also known as the HTC DLX — is expected to make its debut on Verizon anytime now. It’s already popped up on the carrier’s support page, and we’ve seen a leaked image of the device out in the wild. But in case you needed further proof of its pending arrival, it just passed through the FCC.
The handset was cleared under the “HTC6435LVW” name for Verizon’s CMDA and LTE bands, as well as some HSPA bands for world roaming, Engadget reports.
This still isn’t final confirmation that the Droid DNA will arrive on Verizon, of course, but it’s is a very good sign its launch is getting closer. It’s likely that Verizon would want to get the device in stores in time for the holiday rush, so if indeed the handset is real, it shouldn’t be too long before we get official confirmation of it.
The Droid DNA is believed to be a U.S. version of the HTC J Butterfly that was recently announced in Japan. In addition to a speedy quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 2GB of RAM, the device packs a stunning 1080p display — perfect for showing off the photos you’ve taken with its 12-megapixel rear facing camera.
Are you looking forward to the HTC Droid DNA?