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LEAK: HTC One Max shows its rendered Face on "non-final" Artwork
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 12.08.13 - 11:52:56 CET under 04 - Android News - Viewed 7729x
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Always well informed @evleaks has posted a rendering over the weekend, which is said to show the "non-final" artwork of the HTC T6, better known as the HTC One Max. The HTC One Max is expected to be HTC's phablet, which should go into the race to compete with such successful phablets like the Samsung Note 2 and the soon to be announced Note 3. While nothing is confirmed, it's rumored that the One Max, which shares the unique unibody design with the One and One mini, will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU at 1.9 GHz (latest unconfirmed info) and features a 5.9" Full HD touchscreen, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB internal flash memory; which is said to be expandable with microSD memory cards.

Other than this, it's obvious that the Max will have HTC BoomSound stereo speakers and most likely HTC's 4 megapixel UltraPixel camera. Last but not least it's rumored that the One Mxa will have a 3,300 mAh battery.

Interesting enough, if this rendering is true, the One Max seems to share the plastic frame with the HTC One mini, instead of the full unibody design of the HTC One. This might be due to extremely high manufacturing costs of the HTC One, which makes it so unique.

Anyway, there's still no information when HTC might make the HTC One Max official but next month's IFA exhibition in Berlin might be a good time? According to internal documents, O2 Germany is already awaiting it.

Cheers ~ Arne


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