By Shailesh Shrivastava | Mar 18, 2013 08:37 AM EDT
The talks about HTC Droid DNA making an exit from Verizon because of the newly released HTC One, will have to come to an end because of an official tweet from HTC USA.
The HTC USA has made it clear that the HTC One will not be making it to the biggest cellular service provider.
"The HTC One will not be available on the Verizon network, but have you seen the awesome Droid DNA?" HTC USA tweets.
The tweet also make one more thing clear that since the HTC One is not going to appear on Verizon network, the company wants the Verizon users go for its Droid DNA smartphone and is now throwing its weight behind the DNA.
The HTC One will be made available by the three big carriers - AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile - in the U.S.
Earlier reports suggest that although Verizon is not going to carry HTC one, the Verizon users can still enjoy the features of this flagship smartphone from the Taiwanese company.
There are rumors that HTC will be bringing out the HTC One as HTC Droid DNA Plus exclusively for Verizon. Even the tweet from HTC USA throws a subtle hint towards this.
The mention of HTC Droid DNA in the tweet forces one to think that why would a company promote one of its old devices with an information the unavailability of a brand new device.
May be the mention of Droid DNA is just an initial move to remind people about the old device and then a tweet or an official announcement about the Droid DNA Plus may follow.
The specifications of the HTC One include:
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