While the “just right” size of the original HTC One is fine enough for most people, there are always going to be that few in the bunch who need something different. HTC’s looking to fill those needs, whether your desire be for something smaller, like the now-official HTC One Mini, or something bigger, like the rumored HTC One Max.
The latter is said to be a 5.9-inch version of HTC’s 2013 flagship, which would also be HTC’s first real foray into the phablet category that seems to be getting crowded as of late. Now, we have a first-hand look at that device in the flesh. A picture of the HTC One Max has been leaked by ePrice, who also happens to have more information to share about it.
For starters, the HTC One Max is supposed to don a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3GHz. There aren’t many devices sporting this beast of a processor so it’s definitely going to turn a few heads on that note alone. We’re also told to expect a 3,200mAh, which is enough to best the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (but not Motorola’s DROID MAXX). That’s a pretty big battery.
We imagine this thing will also have 2GB of RAM and 1080p resolution, though we won’t go much further than that in the way of assumptions. Of course, it won’t be too long before we are let in on the official details for ourselves. HTC’s said to be bringing the One Max straight to Berlin next month for IFA, so we expect to be let in on some more official details at that time.
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