HTC One Max specs leak ahead of IFA 2013
The HTC One Max will run on Android 4.3 and feature a huge, 5.9-inch HD display
More details for HTC's One Max phablet smartphone have leaked online, according to a new report Tuesday. The new leak essentially confirms what we already knew; that the HTC One Max will be a true beast.
This new leak comes by way of a Chinese mobile site and it reveals a few interesting specs and hardware bits. All of this falls in line with what we've heard in the past, which really gives this leak some legitimacy.
According to the report, the One Max will run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, a massive 5.9-inch HD display and 2GB of RAM. The phone will also pack up to 32GB of storage and be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.
The software is said to be Sense 5.5 with several new modifications. It's unclear if it will support an always-on listening mode, but the 800 supports it, so it's of course possible. A stylus will also likely be on board.
No word on camera specifics from this report, but we'll likely get a 2.1-megapixel, front-facing camera and possibly a 13-megapixel rear-camera. Rumors are unclear regarding the camera though, so I'm sort of just speculating.
The One Max should be unveiled in just a few weeks at the IFA conference in Berlin. The Galaxy Note 3 is also expected to be announced there as well.
With this new report out, we have practically everything leaked, which is sort of disappointing. I don't know about you, but I'm the type of person who likes to wonder about a new smartphone or product. With the HTC One Max, nothing is really left to wonder about. Perhaps custom, stylus software, but that is about it.
Will you buy the HTC One Max? Or do you plan on snagging the Galaxy Note 3 instead?