Are you an HTC DROID DNA owner? Do you love software updates? If you answered "Yes" to both questions, then today is your lucky day, my friend. Verizon has revealed a new update for the DROID DNA on its official support page for the handset, and it's got a handful of improvements to make your smartphone-using experience better. Included in the update is the ability to load videos on Hulu Plus, improvements to the DNA's mobile hotspot feature and better Wi-Fi connectivity. The full changelog shared by the folks at Verizon is as follows:
This new update weighs in at 103.5MB and will bring the DROID DNA to software version 2.04.605.2 710RD. As usual, Verizon doesn't say in these support docs exactly when the 2.04.605.2 710RD update will actually begin rolling out to users, but DNA owners can check for the update manually by heading on into the Software Update section of their Settings menu. While maintenance updates like this one may not be the most exciting things in the world, it's always good to see a phone getting some piping hot software that'll make it a better product, and that's exactly what the DROID DNA will be getting with this update. How many of you have a DROID DNA that calls your pocket "Home?"