When HTC announced that their One will be the only One from them for this year, many wondered which HTC handset was headed to Verizon. Now, a handset which has stopped by Bluetooth SIG will most probably be launched on Big Red sometime in the near future and it’s speculated to be having many of the same specs and features as that of the One.
The device with model number HTC6445LVW could be the previously leaked HTC DLXPLUS thought to be headed to Verizon. The HTC Droid DNA, which was once codenamed HTC DLX, came under the model number HTC6435LVW (VW stands for Verizon Wireless by the way). So it’s pretty safe to assume that 6445 could be the next in line.
Earlier rumors suggest the DLXPLUS to be coming equipped with a 4.7″ 1080p FHD display, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 1.7GHz Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor, 2.1MP front cam, 13MP rear shooter, and running Jelly Bean. If it’s coming with these specs, it’s indeed a variant of the HTC One.
So we might see Verizon’s version of the One sometime soon, though most probably with a different name and maybe a few differences in specs. DROID DNA Plus? Or maybe some other name? We won’t certainly have to wait too long to know about the upcoming handset. As always we will keep you updated, so stay tuned.