HTC DLX Takes a Visit to the FCC; Brings Identification to show its the Droid DNA

Seems like everyday now we get a new leak for the HTC Droid DNA (a.k.a DLX). We saw a few over the weekend, and now today we see that it has stopped by the FCC. So next stop should be a HTC and Verizon event announcing this monster right? It appears that the HTC Droid DNA is the Verizon variant of the HTC J Butterfly we saw in Japan just a few weeks ago. And boy is that a beautiful device. Five inches of screen in 1080p with 440ppi, it's a stunner. It now appears to be headed to Verizon.

According to the FCC filings, the device has Verizon's CDMA and LTE bands along with some HSPA bands, most likely for International roaming. So what's next? Well all the pre-launch things have taken place. It's leaked numerous times, we know it's heading to Verizon due to the bands on the device and it says "Verizon 4G LTE" on the back in some leaks, and it's passed through the FCC. So Next up is a Verizon announcement. Where this is a pretty big device, I'd expect a big event in New York City for this device, probably in the next couple of weeks so it can be marketed for the Holiday Season.

Is the HTC Droid DNA your next device? What would you be replacing? Let us know in the comments.

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