Redirecting to the new site ...

HTC One Max gets sized up against the One

The IFA 2013 has past and HTC did not announced the One Max, we expect HTC to unveil a phone that can compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 - HTC One Max. Judging from the name, you can expect that the One Max will be a larger version of the One and pack with some higher specs than the One. Today, the HTC One Max gets sized up against the HTC One in a couple of photos.

From the photo above, you can see that the One Max is larger than the One. It seems that the rumored 5.9" display is the main factor that makes the phone become larger. Same, the One Max will feature a  HTC BoomSound, which is dual frontal stereo speakers. It also has an aluminium unibody too. The One Max also has two Android capacitive touch keys - Back and Home, and the HTC logo is located between both buttons.

On the back, the HTC One Max's camera lens and LED flash have the same placement as the HTC One but below the camera lens is the fingerprint sensor. Fingerprint sensor has been rumored on the One Max for a long time since the first One Max image leaked with fingerprint sensor.

The One Max will feature a 5.9" 1080p display, a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2 GB of RAM, 4 MP UltraPixel camera with OIS, 3,000 mAh battery and run on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with Sense 5.5 on top.

Unfortunately, there is no info on official launch date of the HTC One Max. Stay tuned for more upcoming news of the HTC One Max.

Source Via

Post a Comment


Powered by Blogger.