Just a week after the "HTC DROID DNA" name appeared on a leaked Verizon minimum advertised price list, the rumored moniker for Verizon's 5-inch HTC device has also shown up on the carrier's own website. Droid-Life points to a Verizon support page that hosts a list of the carrier's Android devices that don't have a removable battery, and three-quarters of the way down the list, the name "HTC Droid DNA ADR6435" appears. Clicking the link leads to a page that says that no information on how to perform a soft reset on the DROID DNA has been published.
The HTC DROID DNA is thought to be an Android smartphone with a 5-inch, 1080p display similar to the one found on the HTC J Butterfly that was recently announced for Japan. This device has been floating around the rumor mill for months now, and has often been referred to the codename DLX or the model number ADR6435, both of which were listed as part of some benchmark results that were dug up in July. It's been said that the DLX/DROID DNA may launch on Verizon around Thanksgiving, and the aforementioned MAP list showed the handset with a price of $199.99 and a MAP start date of November 20. How many of you are thinking about checking out the DROID DNA and its high-res display once it lands on shelves?