It seems that smartphone makers are in a race to see who could make the biggest devices. Plus, more and more people believe deeply that the bigger mobile is always the best. So, what about your opinion? Do you agree the idea of "bigger is better"?
Just based on the latest news, HTC has already joined into the ultra-big screen battle with its freshest killer weapon: HTC Droid DNA. Doubtlessly, at this point the greatest enemy of Droid DNA is Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2. So now, let us pay a close heed to both HTC Droid DNA and Galaxy Note 2, so as to figure out who is the winner in the end?
Keeping in the step with the official specs, the Droid DNA features a quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM, while Galaxy Note 2 is powered by 1.6GHz Quad-core Exynos Processor with 2GB of RAM Obviously, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is the winner.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has a massive 5.5-inch Super AMOLED HD display with 1280×720 resolution, which fully goes against the 5-inch LCD-3 Full HD 1080p Display of HTC Droid DNA.
HTC Droid DNA is equipped with 8MP rear camera and 1.9MP front-facing shooter. The same specs also go with samsung's phablet.
Far as I know, HTC Droid DNA has a 16GB of internal storage plus a microSD slot, while Galaxy Note 2 is available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions. Seemingly Samsung provides more options, however the storage space of HTC Droid DNA can be decided just by yourself if making most of the microSD feature.
In consideration of the battery power, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is significantly better than HTC Droid DNA's 2020 mAh battery, thanks to its compelling 3100mAh battery life. More talking time, stand-by time and video playback time will be embraced if you are an owner of Galaxy Note 2.
The selling price of HTC Droid DNA is more appealing than Samsung Galaxy Note 2, which starts at $199. Galaxy Note 2 is priced at $299.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is already official and is believed to be available at the end of this month. The release date of HTC Droid DNA is still unknown. It is rumored that it will hit the shelves on December.
So, different people, different taste. My choice is Galaxy Note 2 when seriously considering its 5.5-inch ultra-large screen for a much better experience while watching videos and reading e-Books. However, if you are the one that only thinks over the price, just pick up HTC Droid DNA.