HTC (and other handset makers for that matter) is increasingly turning to China to sell more of its devices there. And guess what – the soon-to-be-launched HTC One Max will apparently be available from China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile operator by the number of subscribers.
The long-time rumored phablet will sport a 5.9-inch full HD screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core chip, Ultrapixel camera, front-facing camera for video call, 2GB of RAM and a ton of built-in storage. Of course, it will also come in an all aluminum unibody, making it look as sexy as its older brother, HTC One.
It is said that HTC will officially unveil the One Max at some point in September, perhaps during IFA in Berlin. The phablet will compete head to head with Samsung’s also-upcoming Galaxy Note III.
And we guess that the “China launch” will closely follow the One Max’s global rollout…
[Via: Unwired View]