Update: HTC One Max leaks online, shows its size

Ian Hardy

August 4, 2013 1:49pm

HTC’s new lineup of devices this year has many people looking twice. The all-aluminum build of the flagship One is certainly their best designed smartphone, while the One mini attracts the entry-level market with decent specs.

Over the past several months there’s been rumours that HTC will also come to market with a phablet – potentially called the One Max. According to a post on ePrice, the HTC One Max may make an official announcement at IFA in Germany this September, but to tide us over they’ve posted the first round of leaked images. The site reveals the above pictures, looking very much like the HTC One, plus say that it sports a 5.9-inch 1080p display, 9.44mm thin, 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, UltraPixel camera, dual-front speakers and 3300 mAh battery. Probably the most interesting note is that the “One Max is also possible to use the next generation of Android 5.0, for use with the big screen, the phone may also be equipped with the stylus design.”


Update: A new image has leaked online that shows how big the 5.9-inch HTC Max is when compared to a 4-inch Motorola smartphone.

Source: ePrice
Via: Engadget

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  • LuckyMe Singh

    Have the note 2 and I love it and I would have gone over to HTC One had it had a bigger screen. Seems its a HUGE step down when it comes to the internal memory. Are you kidding me 16gb and no possibility of expanding it with an sd card? Note 3 Mega would be toooo big but 5.9 is still doable — but these guys need to do at least 32 gb to move me from Note 2

  • NS-MMM

    I disagree. Use your phone as a mini tv with Slingbox and use it with satellite radio and you’ll see how fast a battery can drain. I’ll never buy another phone without spare battery capability!

  • Nygel

    Future proofing seems like such a great idea when refresh rates are down to 6 months on average when it comes to handsets…

    • S2556

      I don’t know about you or where you got that statistic but I plan on keeping my GS3 for a while. I of course ripped off TW and put on AOKP. It runs great and a big reason of that is the 2gb or RAM which was then overkill when I bought it.