HTC Droid DNA on Verizon getting a minor update

 Droid DNA

The HTC Droid DNA on Verizon has been available for almost an year now, and it was widely successful up until newer smartphones like the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4 arrived. This smartphone is almost on the brink of extinction on Verizon, but that doesn’t mean the carrier is going to cut it off from any future updates. The smartphone has begun receiving a minor firmware upgrade which changes the software version to 2.07.605.1 710RD. There’s nothing to write home about really, as the Android version is still stuck on 4.1. But the changelog suggests that it brings better TalkBack support for the visually impaired. It’s a little unfortunate that the smartphone is still stuck on Android 4.1, but Verizon and HTC have promised an update to Sense 5 and Android 4.2 later this year.

The Droid DNA was one of the first smartphones to pack a 5 inch 1080p display panel in 2012 along with the HTC J Butterfly in Japan. The handset also packs a quad core Snapdragon S4 Pro chip, an 8MP camera on the back, Beats Audio tech, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and a 2,020 mAh battery. If you own a Droid DNA on Verizon, make sure you check for an update manually or just wait for the update notification to pop.

Source: Verizon

Via: Cult of Android

One Reply to “HTC Droid DNA on Verizon getting a minor update”

  1. Still no long press of another button to access the menu. This means the black menu bar is still a reality on non ics compatible apps (and even some google apps, like maps!).

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