Get a smartphone HTC Droid DNA for $ 49.99

If there is a smartphone that looks like it could challenge the supremacy of the Samsung Galaxy S3 is the HTC Droid DNA.

CNET Brian Bennett called "the best phone I've seen in a long time HTC, Verizon in particular," and "best buy" that both S3 and Motorola Droid Razr HD.

But costs $ 199.99 for Verizon it (with a two-year contract, natch)? Ouch. Fortunately, there is much to be: for a limited time, Wirefly has the HTC Droid DNA for $ 49.99 shipped. It is for Verizon customers new and existing customers who want to improve can get the phone for $ 99.99. Amazon invoice $ 99.99 and $ 149.99, respectively.

Needless to say, you're still on the hook for two years worth of service fees, Verizon will cost you a minimum of $ 80 per month. But this is true of almost any phone you buy from almost all major carriers. (Want to pay less? Turn to a virtual operator as Solavei.), So you might as well get the best price possible on the phone itself.

And fifty dollars for a phone quenching of DNA Droid is a powerful sweet, if you ask me. Among the standout features: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a quad-core processor, a 5-inch screen, a striking design inspired by Lamborghini, and a 8-megapixel camera on the back (where Bennett "excellent").

Two major demerit points, however: no memory card slot and no removable battery. Both are staples of Android phones, and among the reasons buyers choose instead of the iPhone. And you, HTC? And you?

If you can live with these shortcomings, this is largely what is universally considered a smartphone killer. Hit the comments and let me know why you're breaking this place - or why not you.
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