We’ve been hearing a lot about a rumored HTC T6 for quite sometime. In a 5-inch+ smartphone market largely dominated and pioneered by Samsung with their Note series, it only makes sense more Android OEM’s would want to get a piece of the pie. Now rumored as the HTC One Max
, the T6 will be HTC’s phablet device to go head-to-head with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and today, we’re getting a little more allegedly leaked info on the device.
The boys at Mobileaks put together this handy blueprint of the One Max, along with its leaked dimensions. To the untrained eye… yeah, it looks exactly like the HTC One. But the dimensions of the device show something slightly smaller than the Galaxy Note 2 (140.4mm vs the Note 2’s 151.1mm), and with the same 9.4mm thickness. What’s odd is the 5.9-inch display is obviously larger than the Note 2’s 5.5-inch screen, and with much larger bezels, how did they manage to make the height smaller than the Note’s? There must be some kind of mobile wizardry going on here if this blueprint is accurate.
Also “confirmed” were some more of the device’s specs, 5.9-inch full HD 1080p display, 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 quad-core CPU, Android 4.3 or higher, 3,300mAh battery, UltraPixel Camera and BoomSound (which Mobileaks is calling “Tree Sound” for whatever reason).
Looks like Samsung’s unchallenged Galaxy Note days are numbered thanks to a flood of new phablets soon to arrive on store shelves. With the already available LG Optimus G Pro, upcoming HTC One Max, and rumored Sony Xperia ZU (sporting a 6.44-inch display), big
booty phone lovers will finally have their options.