Leaked HTC One Max Press Shots: Yep, It Looks Like a Large One

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There have been rumblings suggesting that HTC is soon to launch a Galaxy Note rival in the shape of the six-inch HTC One Max. Now, @evleaks claims to have unearthed some press images of the montorous new phone.


The images, which are apparently "non-final" but still of high-quality, show that the new phone is, err, just a rather large version of the HTC One. In fact, it's tough to see much difference, other than a shifted camera flash and a slightly broader white stripe around the side.

The leaks comes with no extra spec details, but rumor has it that HTC's possible new giant phone will pack a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 chip, 2GB of RAM, up to 64GB of storage, and a 3200mAh battery—along with a whopping 6-inch screen. Who knows for sure if it's definitely coming—but maybe it might turn up at Berlin's IFA tech show at the start of next month? [@evleaks via Engadget]


I like HTC's approach this year. Design a really awesome phone, and scale it up or down to satisfy people who like small, big, or medium sized phones. Better than having half a dozen cheap plastic things that come in various shapes with no unifying brand-wide aesthetic.