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HTC DLX (aka DROID DNA) launches in China on December 6

HTC DLX (aka DROID DNA) launches in China on December 6

For those of you remembering all to well the code-name for the device now known in the USA as DROID DNA, the HTC DLX should come as no surprise to you - rumor of its announcement comes with a launch date for China, too. This device is working with many of the same specifications that the USA version of the HTC J Butterfly, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor for some of the best processing power on the market. It's also got that fabulous 5-inch display with 440 PPI, the most densely packed set of pixels in the whole world!

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DROID DNA release date November 21st for $199

DROID DNA release date November 21st for $199

Pre-orders for Verizon's newest DROID start today, this bringing HTC's highest definition device on the market TO the market by the 21st of November. This device has a massive 5-inch display with 440PPI, that being higher density than any other smartphone (or tablet) on the market by a significant margin. This device of course requires a 2-year agreement if you're wanting to grab it for the $200 price point, and you'll find the details to be numerous as far as what's possible in this next-generation Android environment.

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DROID DNA by HTC revealed with world’s most HD display

DROID DNA by HTC revealed with world’s most HD display

The folks at HTC have brought on a beast of a device this week in the DROID DNA, a smartphone with a 5-inch full HD 1080p super LCD 3 display and the highest resolution and pixel density available in the whole entire world. This device is literally the most high-definition smartphone on the market and works with Verizon's 4G LTE network for data speed, also coming packed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core 1.5GHz processor under the hood for beastly power.

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1080p smartphone displays offer no visual difference over 720p

1080p smartphone displays offer no visual difference over 720p

As smartphone screens get bigger, so do the resolutions. We're already seeing "phablets" like Samsung's new Galaxy Note II with a huge 5.5-inch display, and HTC's recently-announced J Butterfly has a 5-inch display with a 1080p resolution. However, higher resolutions don't always mean a clearer image. Clarity on a smartphone display can only get so good before the human eye doesn't notice anything better.

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