5-inch HTC DLX pictured with Verizon branding

5-inch HTC DLX pictured with Verizon branding

Pictures emerged yesterday which show an  5-inch HTC smartphone with Verizon branding, tying recent multiple rumors together.  The fine folks at Android Central were passed a trio of images of the device which show a Droid Incredible-like design for the large device.

Specifications passed along by the source, the phone will known as the HTC DLX (not DIX) and will be pronounced as “DELUXE”.  Set to arrive by Thanksgiving, the specs are pretty much in line with stuff we’ve heard before: 2GB RAM, a quad-core processor, 8-megapixel camera, and that 5-inch 1080p HD display.  Like the J Butterfly that was just announced for Japan, this is set to be a 440ppi screen that will be unlike anything else on the market.

According to the AC source, the phone runs Android 4.1 with HTC Sense UI 4+ and Beats Audio.  With the familiar red and black color scheme of the Droid Incredible, the DLX should be more than enough for Verizon customers looking for a top-of-the-line HTC on Big Red.

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