HTC DROID DNA back on Verizon's website without a word

01 April, 2013 | Comments (14) | Post your comment

Tags: HTC, Verizon, Android

Verizon seems to have changed its mind about the DROID DNA. A couple of days ago it was taken off the carrierís site with sales reps saying itís been retired in favor of an upcoming project (presumably the HTC One). And now itís back.

And not just back on the site, there are available units. According to GottaBeMobile, the SKU has changed pointing to a slightly different unit (though the specs sheet seems unchanged). So, was this just a resupply issue that got resolved quickly? Perhaps, but Verizon isnít saying anything.

What does it mean for the HTC One? Probably nothing as it doesnít share hardware components with the DROID DNA. Itís just that the One is hard to make.

In the mean time, you can grab the bigger, slightly older sibling of the One for $199 from Verizonís site (note that itís cheaper in other places, $50 at Amazon Wireless, for example).

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HTC DROID DNA back on Verizon's website without a word - reader comments

  • Davec

good news. DROID DNA is a best smartphone at verizon

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  • 2013-04-02 11:41
  • KiiZ
  • littleitaly

it was probably a april fools prank

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  • 2013-04-02 07:23
  • qbt3
  • Limited

Well HTC you're going down again.. You should have never announced and released ONE if its hard to make. ONE is like a teaser but not officially considered as phone.. (hope you get what i mean there) I love HTC designs but they fail in the marke...

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  • 2013-04-02 03:09
  • vj1N