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Review: HTC Droid DNA
26 November 2012
Excerpt: When you’re contemplating the vast expanse of glass covering any one of the current models of smartphones with supersized screens, you have to ask yourself: How big is too big? Is a 5-inch display that much better than a 4.5-incher? Does native 1080p capability actually matter on a smartphone?
Pros: The 1920 × 1080 display is the best on any phone, both on paper and in real life. Mostly flawless performance from the quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and Verizon’s 4G LTE network. Looks kinda badass. Attention to ergonomic detail is evident in the curved glass and the curved, soft-touch back.
Cons: Crappy battery life. Display isn’t significantly better than the screens found on top rivals. At 5 inches, the screen is too big — a pain to use with one hand. Little hangnail plastic USB port cover has got to go.
Summary: Few years ago, it was quite stupid to think about a smartphone that comes with full HD touchscreen and included 2GB RAM. But it seems HTC has done the wonder by launching its all new HTC Butterfly and taken the mobile technology into the next level.
Pros: High speed performance , Excellent display quality , Impressive build , Includes updated HTC Sense UI
Cons: SIM tray looks quite confusing , Expensive , Works with Micro-SIM only