The HTC One is right now HTC’s flagship device, and needless to say, it is one of the best Android-powered smartphones out there at the moment where hardware specifications are concerned. The thing is, the HTC One does not seem to be gravitating towards Verizon, which is the biggest carrier in the US, although the other three major players, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, are all on the receiving end of the HTC One. What gives?
Perhaps this is because Verizon has already offered the HTC Butterfly, which is an exclusive smartphone to them that lacks no punches at all where hardware specifications are concerned, too, with a 5” Full HD display, so they might not want to cannibalize its sales by taking on the HTC One. Well, there are whispers going around that Verizon could very well offer the Droid DNA Plus in due time, which is an upgraded version of the Droid DNA, so expect to see a bump up in specifications and perhaps other new features. After all, the Droid DNA Plus has already picked up Bluetooth certification, and more should be revealed in due time.
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