The HTC Droid DNA, Verizon’s upcoming 5-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 2 competitor, has leaked again ahead of its anticipated launch date in just a few days.
The notorious evleaks Twitter account leaked out yet another picture of the upcoming HTC Droid DNA, a 5-inch phablet that is expected to debut on November 13th at a joint press event in New York City. It has leaked out numerous times in the past though this photo gives us a clear shot at its front-side offering interested parties another glimpse at its design.
Again we see the soft navigation keys at the bottom of the Droid DNA, the presence of a front-facing camera, Verizon branding at the top of the device, and the black and red colors that usually dominate a Droid-branded phone.
Two other things to note include the 4G LTE symbol in the software which seems to confirm 4G LTE data speeds, something that isn’t surprising, as well as the date December 7th which appears front and center.
At this point, we don’t suggest reading too much into it but we’ve heard that it may released in early December making December 7th as good of a date as any for the Droid DNA release date. HTC often puts the date of the announcement on its press images but in this case, it appears that it did something different. Again, don’t read too much into it, but manufacturers have sometimes revealed dates in these press images in the past.
At the very least, we get another glimpse at the device’s massive display, thought to be HD nature, though we still don’t know whether or not it’ll be 720p or full 1080p HD. Its sibling the HTC Butterfly J possesses a 1080p display so it’s possible that it might have it on board.
Other rumored specifications include a quad-core processor, 8MP camera, 2MP front-facing camera, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.