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@Brooks Barnard It appears as though in the last few hours the CM team has updated the Verizon build and it's good to go. So download away! See the XDA thread here for more info: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2053799
2 months, 1 week ago on CyanogenMod CM10.1 M3 Stable Snapshot Builds Released For 30 Devices (So Far)
Do not install this on the Verizon GSIII...you will be bricked!
@shadowpr2007 no doubt about it. This review just didn't bring up any of them which is clearly not true.
6 months ago on HTC DROID DNA For Verizon Review: The DROID Line Makes A Comeback
I disagree about a few things in this review. I've currently got the Nexus 4, the DNA and the One X+ and by saying the DNA is smooth ALWAYS is just flat out wrong. Maybe you just don't use google talk, but it's my primary means of communication among my friends, and go ahead and start two chats on the DNA and swipe back and forth between them in the Gtalk app...it's like a slideshow. This doesn't happen on either the X+ or the N4 (which has the same specs, minus the full HD screen). So there are issues...that's just the most glaring. Heck, even just swiping side to side on your home screens isn't nearly as smooth as the N4. The One X+ has it's own issues with smoothness too...so clearly Sense UI and the huge resolution bump on the DNA are to it's detriment. The screen sure does look purdy tho.
The second issue is the camera. Seems like they tried to tweak it a bit on both the X+ and the DNA and they made it quite a bit worse. Especially indoors...you get a nice clear shot that looks good on the screen of the phone, but as soon as you upload it somewhere or view it on a bigger monitor, you see a ton of artifact. I don't know...sorry to bring this phone down, but it certainly isn't the PERFECT phone as Joey has stated. It's good, definitely the best phone on Verizon, but it's certainly not perfect. Those expecting a perfectly smooth experience will be disappointed.
6 months, 1 week ago on HTC DROID DNA For Verizon Review: The DROID Line Makes A Comeback