The first images of the HTC’s upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rival One Max has appeared online in China. A Chinese website ePrice has posted the alleged images which clearly show the 5.9-inch display (0.2-inch bigger than Samsung Galaxy Note 3) in HTC One Max phablet. The images also reveal the stretched HTC One like look with narrower bezel in HTC One Max.
Disclosing the specifications and backing our previous report, the website further notes that the HTC One Max will come with 1080p display, a powerful 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory and 3,300 mAh battery. There are 2.1MP front camera and Ultrapixel rear camera in the smartphone as per the website.
The company is also expected to launch a separate China-specific version of One Max, which is supposed to come with a detachable back cover to access microSD card slot and dual-SIM card slots. The single-SIM international variant is likely to skip both of these.
As of now it’s not official, but according to ePrice the HTC One Max might come with stylus support just like Samsung’s Galaxy Note series as well as with rear fingerprint scanner and the latest version of Android. The HTC One Max is reported to be showcased at IFA Trade Fair in Berlin next month.