It isn’t the first time we’ve heard of an “ HTC One Max” before. As the rumored HTC One Mini would be smaller than the original HTC One, the MAX is said to be an enlarged version of the Taiwanese company’s 2013 flagship smartphone. Some new rumors regarding the device have swirled in courtesy of our friends over at MobileGeeks.
According to them, HTC’s One Max will launch this September with a 6-inch full HD display, a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, a 3,200mAh battery and more. This is a fair bit smaller than the 6.3 inches we’ve heard of before, though it’s not small enough that we wouldn’t notice.
With that, it would seem HTC is going right after the heart of the phablet market Samsung is continuing with the Galaxy Note 3. HTC wouldn’t be the sole company to challenge this space, of course, with big offerings from LG and Sony already out and about.
Still, considering HTC is looking to unveil its first sizable phone the same month Samsung usually unveils each Galaxy Note iteration we can’t help but to highlight the timing. If you want some sort of an idea as to how big this phone would be, take a look at the mock-up size comparison in the image above.
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