In the midst of all the euphoria surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, an expected competitor seems to be on the horizon. HTC’s Droid DNA hybrid device has certainly caught the attention of keen tech consumers and for good reason too. Here is what we can expect.
First and foremost we’ll begin with design, for as artificial as it is to concede, looks matter. Fortunately, we’ve been blessed with a leaked image of what is expected to be the phone/tablet and things are looking very neat.
While it lacks the pure beauty of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, the Droid DNA’s design is good enough to be content with.
These days, looks go beyond the phone’s literal design and include a rather more important issue concerning screen quality. Basically, a magnificent screen makes a phone or tablet look magnificent; after all, screens do take up a large portion of these devices and are the parts we tend to look at while using them.
It is here that the Droid DNA comes up trumps, with a 5-inched Super LCD 3 screen that is capable of displaying imagery with a 440ppi density, in 1080 x 1920!
That may have sounded like just random numbers to you, but let me assure you, those ‘random numbers’ ensure the Droid DNA has a display the equivalent of a 1080p TV and the highest resolution display of any mobile device!
The iPhone’s retina display is only 326ppi, while the Galaxy Note 2’s is even worse at 267ppi.
Other Specs to Expect
We can also expect 2GB of RAM and 16GB for storage. The OS system is expected to be Android Jelly Bean, however this will probably be version 4.1 sadly, rather than 4.2. The processor should be a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4, which is fast, efficient and reliable to say the least.
We’re expecting this beast to also boast an 8-megapixel camera, with 1080p HD video shooting capabilities.
4G capabilities are also expected on the device.
All in all, the anticipation of the HTC Droid DNA is more than enough to get excited about. Expect big things!
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