The rumored HTC One Max, which has leaked several times before, hit the Chinese FCC variant, Tenaa. It has received its certification alright, but in the process, its specs, as well as its photos got revealed to the world.
Design-wise, the super-sized HTC smartphone looks nearly identical to its smaller brother HTC One, only substantially bigger. It inherits the much-applauded aluminium unibody that has attracted many customers to HTC. But, it doesn’t rely solely on the glory of its diminutive version, as the HTC One Max adds some unique features to distinguish itself a bit. For one, it features a fingerprint scanner on the back, which should provide added security.
Commenting the specs, the spec sheet of HTC One Max is nearly identical to the one possessed by the HTC One. It houses a 1,7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 CPU, 5,9-inch FullHD display, 2GB RAM, UltraPixel camera, 3300mAh battery and Android 4.3 Jellybean skinned with Sense 5.5.
HTC’s first phablet take may become one of the fiercest competitors of the Galaxy Note 3. Anyway, it will still be an interesting device that we would really like to see.