If you're looking for the latest and greatest on Verizon, chances are you're curious about the DROID DNA. While we'll have our review up some time in the next week, if you can't wait, pre-orders are live on Verizon right now. But paying full price on a new, on-contract phone? That's for chumps, am I right?


Luckily, Wirefly also has the DNA up for pre-order - $150 on a new subscriber agreement or upgrade. That's 50 bucks less than Verizon. And considering this phone is insanely powerful, that's a pretty great price. As a reminder, the DNA is packing a 5" 1080p display - the first ever on a widely-sold smartphone, a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2GB of RAM, and Verizon's 4G LTE. Android 4.1.2 with Sense 4+ guarantees a solidly speedy experience.


Head over to Wirefly to grab this deal now.


David Ruddock
David's phone is whatever is currently sitting on his desk. He is an avid writer, and enjoys playing devil's advocate in editorials, and reviewing the latest phones and gadgets. He also doesn't usually write such boring sentences.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dominick-White/642535026 Dominick White

    Very good price

  • Joshua Reynolds

    It's hard not to love this phone. I have doubts about the battery life, but I'll hold my judgement until I see official tests. However, what really gets me is the lack of expandable storage and the battery being internal (more so the storage rather than the battery, but that's still an issue). I really can't stand being limited to 16 GB, especially since I like to keep a lot of media on my phone. But DAAAAMMMN that's a sexy phone, and for a good price, too.

  • L boogie

    What are the odds that a 64gb version of this beauty would be released along with a larger battery, not to mention other carriers?

    • btod

      considering its a "droid" phone, not likely. It would be unprecedented if they did.

  • XxROCKxX

    I'm really confused what to do. There is just not an android phone out there I believe is worth it! And i'm not going to wait so it's gotta be the note 2, nexus 4 or DNA. Note 2 is too freaking big. Nexus 4 has no damn LTE(I dont care about storage), and DNA has doesnt have on screen buttons, and I have no idea how the battery will be. I have to freaking settle with one of these for a year and cant decide...

  • Dean Politis

    I agree it is a beautiful phone, but what is it with HTC and underpowered batteries on LTE devices. I bought the HTC Droid Rezound and returned it because the battery life was poor. Take a book out of Motorola's page and put a substantial battery. If I am going to lose a removable battery at least make the internal one big.

  • got runs?

    No micro card & no removable battery = No Deal.

  • leoingle

    I too am worried about this battery. I just don't understand some of the decisions this company makes...