HTC DROID DNA vs LG Nexus 4: Jelly Bean Wars

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Verizon will soon be adding another Jelly Bean device to their range of smartphones. It has been confirmed that they will launch the HTC Droid DNA before the year is u, with its official unveiling scheduled for November 20th. This makes it the latest handset in the line-up of Droids.

New Jelly Bean phones: HTC DROID DNA & LG Nexus 4

It is thought that the handset will have a 5 inch touch screen in HD and this is similar to what has been seen on the HTC One X. The handset may also have the S4 Pro Snapdragon quad core processor and if so it will provide users with a smooth user interface along with fast execution of apps.

There have been reports that have yet to be confirmed that the HTC DROID DNA will come with 2GB of RAM and the camera will be 8 megapixels. It has been said there will be the HTC Sense UI on top of Jelly Bean and the device will come with Beats Audio tech. it should support LTE, so users will have access to fast data speeds.

Google on the other hand are offering their LG Nexus 4 before Thanksgiving. This handset offers the pure Android experience with Android 4.2.

However the handset will not support LTE, but it will have support for HSPA+. The LG Nexus 4 will have the Snapdragon S4 Pro quad core processor, with 2GB of RAM and 8GB or 16GB of storage and a great price tag. The device has an 8 megapixel camera on the back and a front camera that is HD. The display is 4.7 inches IPS LCD with 318ppi. The Nexus does have a better build than that of the Galaxy Nexus or the Nexus S.

In the US the LG Nexus 4 can be bought at the Google Play Store and there are some 3rd party retailers offering the device. The device is unlocked and it will work with US and non-US SIM cards.

So it looks like these Jelly Bean devices will be battling out very soon!

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