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Reviewed by gigadroid (Currently owns)

The Droid DNA is a great all round phone with a beautiful display, top-of-the-line specs and features, and a competitive price point. The Verge review may say the battery life is terrible, but personally having owned this phone for over a month and being a power user, it is safe to say that this phone pulled me through a full day with about 10% battery left at the end of the day. Not to mention that this phone charges CRAZY FAST. One more thing the Verge review talked about was performance hiccups, but the only hiccups I've ever seen were in Chrome for Android Beta, and those were very rare. If you use the stock browser you won't face those problems. And if you don't like HTC Sense, you can always use Nova Launcher. This phone's thin design is very light and only about as wide as the S3, so it won't feel gargantuan like the Note II. The camera takes great shots for a smartphone and the HTC image processing chip makes for clear, crisp, well lit photos in most conditions. Add in NFC, 4G LTE, and the Android ecosystem and this is the best phone I have seen in 2012. If you are on Verizon, THIS IS THE PHONE TO GET. 9.5/10

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