Verizon’s DROID DNA Will Be Fully GSM Unlocked

It will support GSM SIM cards right from the beginning

By on 15 Nov 2012, 12:51 GMT

Verizon’s upcoming DROID DNA by HTC will arrive on shelves with full support for GSM frequencies right from the start, being unlocked and ready for use on such networks.

In fact, the handset will be offering GSM 850/900/1900/2100 MHz connectivity when available, providing users with the possibility to easily bring it to the network of any wireless carrier using the technology, should they need or want to.

In the United States, the device will deliver full support for the networks of AT&T and T-Mobile, although 3G and 4G connectivity won’t be available for DROID DNA users interested in roaming, Android Central notes.

Some people have already managed to test the feature, and found out that an AT&T SIM card works perfectly fine inside the new device. Just have a look at the video embedded above to learn more on the matter.

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