HTC One max leaks keep coming in and this time the phone has been pictured next to Samsung’s Note 2 and Note 3 smartphones as well in several other images. The current leak, which shows the TD-LTE variant of the phone, does not bring any new details and just confirms that HTC will be releasing a TD-LTE variant of the phone in China and select other markets.
To remind you, HTC also plans to launch a TD-LTE variant of its HTC One smartphone, which means when TD-LTE network goes live in China, the company will have at least two TD-LTE Android phones in its portfolio.
As you can see in the images, HTC One max looks bigger than Note 3 but considering the 5.9-inch display on One max compared to 5.7-inch on Note 3, it makes sense. However, how the overall size of One max is going to impact the actual usage of the phone, remain to be seen.
To remind you, HTC One max is rumoured to pack a 5.9-inch full HD Super LCD, 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB/ 32GB of storage, 3300 mAh battery and Jelly Bean.
There is still no official word on HTC One max release but we are hearing some rumours about an October launch.