HTC Droid DNA reviews have disclosed some features of HTC’s new Android operated smartphone, which might not fall in the adorable category of the consumers. HTC Droid DNA is the Taiwanese company’s bid of revival for the year 2012, which has seen some declining sales numbers in comparison to 2011, despite the release of new smartphones.
HTC Droid DNA, packs an impressive repertoire of hardware specs, which is being applauded by the reviews as they take the phone apart for further inspection. The attribute which might prove to be a dampener for the sales of Droid DNA is the low internal storage space of 16GB and the inability of the expansion of storage space.
Droid DNA sports a screen which displays more pixels than an high-definition TV with a 1920 x 1080-resolution on a 5-inch screen. The smartphone also packs the SuperLCD 3 technology, which makes the visual experience more realistic and noteworthy. Droid DNA’s low battery performance has also come under the scanner of the experts.
Talking about the revolutionary display of Droid DNA, HTC’s Director of Public Relations, Tom Harlin said, “I don’t know if the spec game will end, tech continues to advance, but there are plateaus. And the Droid DNA by HTC, the first to achieve a 1080p screen, sets a new bar and I don’t think there are many screens that will able to extend pass this anytime in the near future.”
HTC Droid DNA, which has raised the bar in the display category, has been picked up by Verizon. With Droid DNA, HTC would be hoping that it boosts the dwindling sales numbers of the Taiwanese company.
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