We’ve heard the HTC One Max name floating around before, but the latest rumors reaffirm what we’ve already heard before, as well as a few more specs that could ship in the upcoming phablet.
HTC’s Samsung Galaxy Note III and Sony Xperia Z Ultra competitor is said to rock a 6-inch 1080p HD display, 2.3GHz Quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2GB RAM, and 3,200 mAh battery, none of which sound like anything out of the ordinary for a device of its kind. Other specs that we’d imagine the One Max to ship with are the same Ultrapixel camera, wide-angled front-facing camera, as well as the wonderfully loud front BoomSound speakers that we fell in love with on the original One.
It’s certainly going to be interesting to hold the HTC One Max. Not only will the 6 inch display scare off quite a few users due to its size, but the phablet will likely be quite heavy if it retains the unibody aluminum cases. That said, we’d say that the appeal of the One Max may go down significantly if it doesn’t ship with the same materials that made the original HTC One so popular.
We have our doubts that both the HTC One Max and One Mini will be launched alongside each other, but we’re definitely excited for the rest of HTC’s latest flagship handset line debut.