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We've been hearing rumors of Verizon's massive 5" HTC phablet codenamed DLX for weeks now, but now we may have an idea of what the device's release name could be: the Droid DNA.

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THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL.

According to a leaked MAP (minimum advertised price) document that fell into the hands of Android Central, the DNA could hit Big Red's shelves around November 20th for the typical $200 price tag. Then again, it also has the Note II listed with today's date, yet we haven't heard anything about it from Verizon.

Still, this brings a couple of things to light: an HTC device named Droid DNA is coming to Verizon, and we'll likely see it sometime during the week of 11/20. Given the model number HTC6435LVW, all signs point to it being the beastly DLX. Bring it.

[Android Central]

Cameron Summerson
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  • KB26

    You know, when people say a phone is outdated a few months later, they mean it.

    • Sven Enterlein

      "Months" is actually generous. Some devices are delayed for so long that they are outdated before they are even released

      • Brian Menius

        O HAI, Bionic!

        • btod

          another ex. incredible 4g LTE

  • Garry DeWitt

    HTC coming out with it in November would mean we get our variant before the Japanese j butterfly, yes? Seems odd considering the dlx hasn't even been announced yet but the j butterfly has.

  • TheTrueSchmidty

    I see the Note 2 in there which could have come as early as yesterday :(

  • Brian Menius

    What the what?! Galaxy Note II was, at some point, acknowledged for a release today?!

    Grumble grumble.

  • chey023

    Could this be the phone that will persuade me to dump my unlimited? Firstworld problems suck.

  • Josh Flowers

    **Phil, do you think 48 font is too large of a font for CONFIDENTIAL on this internal memo?
    --Frankly, Jim, i think 24 is too large. No one's going to go against a diagonal word of any sort in Red.
    **You're right. I don't know what I was thinking.

  • Stephen Milone

    the lack of nexus 4 or nokia 922 on this list is making it more likely I'm buying a GS3, but ill wait until the 29th to purchase.

  • Help_Girl

    Don't you just love the way android "police" simply ignore "internal/confidential" documents, and just publishes them online anyway????

    I sure hope that doesn't happen to one of AndroidPolice's internal documents.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      They're confidential but once they are leaked to the press, confidentiality goes out the window. Everything that is "leaked" isn't meant for the public - it doesn't mean that we'll stop posting leaks all of a sudden.

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