More clues about the next generation HTC DLXPLUS devices have been discovered in some OTA testing information. The DLXPLUS codename is used by HTC for a line of phones normally marketed as either the HTC Butterfly or DROID DNA depending on the market and carrier. The OTA information indicates at least three different versions of the device are being prepped, including:
DLXP_U – this version includes GSM and WCDMA antennas and would likely end up as a global version of the phone;
DLXP_UL – this model is LTE-enabled, so obviously it would be intended for carriers offering LTE service;
DLXP_WL – this version of the device is geared toward a CDMA2000 network, which could point to this being a Verizon specific version that may become the DROID DNA 2.
Sources believe a fourth version of the phone exists with the codename DLXPLUS_J that would be marketed as the successor to the HTC J Butterfly for the Japanese market.