In my first post in a three-part series on the new Droid DNA by HTC smartphone from Verizon I wrote about Four Cool Things About the Droid DNA from the perspective of my tech savvy 17 year-old son. Now, for the sake of giving you a balanced review, here's the female perspective on the same product.
Let me preface this by saying that my primary mobile smartphone is a white iPhone 5 which I take with me everywhere. Still I must tell you that the Droid DNA now rivals my preferred smart mobile device and is most definitely one of those rare things in life that is just as stunningly beautiful on the outside as it is on the inside.
From the minute I opened the box I was enamored with both the overall look and functionality of it. Admittedly, though, I'd say what really excites me most is the aesthetics -- how this feels in my hand and all its visual appeal.
The big 5 inch screen, 1080p high resolution and advanced forward- and rear-facing cameras that the Droid DNA is equipped with, for sure, are great assets. But what gets my blood really pumping about this phone is the color: the sleek black case with pops of red color on the sides, buttons and around the camera lens.
Red evokes so many strong emotions...
Beautiful as a rose in peak bloom
Elegant as a fresh manicure
Juicy and sweet as ripe homegrown tomatoes
Stylish as a special occasion handbag
Classic as a vintage car
And last, but certainly most of all, Passionate as the heart
All that crimson -- that's something no iPhone can compete with. Join me on Mommy Blog Expert's Red Style Pinterest page and let's take this Droid DNA baby and paint the world red by repinning your fave images in this post.
|The Verizon Pavilion at 2013 International CES was the biggest ever|
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