With the HTC Droid DNA now available from Verizon, all eyes are turned to the 5-inch 1080p display of its international counterpart, the upcoming HTC Deluxe. Actually, according to the most recent report the phone could be called the HTC Deluxe DLX, an odd naming choice that seems almost too redundant to be true. But the news also comes with a set of newly leaked images giving us yet another look at the handset.
The overall appearance of the device doesn’t look to stray much from the Droid DNA. The metal grills along the left and right sides are still present, the USB port is covered by a plastic flap, and hardware navigation keys find a home below the Super LCD 3 display. Specs are rumored to remain the same as Verizon’s version and Japan’s J Butteryfly: 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro, 2GB RAM, 2,020mAh battery.
The Deluxe will likely find its way to Europe and other regions before the end of the year, but we haven’t heard any specific plans from HTC just yet. Those without access to the two versions of the device already available in certain markets will want to keep an eye on this one. It might just be the best Android phone HTC has ever released.