Until now , all the media glare was on the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 3. With HTC set to launch One Max, it seems that techies around the world are quite interested to know about 5.9-inch FHD phablet. The Taiwanese giant HTC is doing everything to popularize HTC One Max before it gets launched globally.
Recent reports say that One Max to have a 5.9-inch Full HD display alongside Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 SoC. Earlier it was said that the HTC One Max would have Snapdragon 800 SoC. The latest leaked pictures and benchmark have confirmed the existence of a 5.9-inch Full HD display and Snapdragon 600 SoC.
HTC's forthcoming phablet would cost less than Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 considering the later device packs latest Snapdragon 800 processor, whereas the former device should come with older generation processor. HTC One, the current generation flagship device features Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 SoC.
A good look at the leaked pictures of HTC One Max featuring Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Note 2 (One Max compared with Note 3 and Note 2), gives a clear indication about strategy adopted by HTC. The One Max looks massive in front of Note 3. The One Max does have a removable battery cover, but users will not be allowed to remove battery.
Meanwhile, a report published in DigiTimes suggest that HTC One Max to have same processor used in HTC One. The One Max will not feature Snapdragon 800 processor, but come with a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snadragon S4 Pro processor.
In another story, the benchmark results are shown running AnTuTu, where we can see a modest score: 26, 417. Once again, it proves that the One Max will have older gen Snapdragon processor. The HTC One Max is said to be announced in October.
HTC One Max: Highlighted specifications
The One Max, a massive phablet ready to shake Note 3, will be announced in the month of October. The device will feature a 5.9-inch FHD display , 1.7GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB/32GB of ROM , dual SIM, UltraPixel camera, 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi , and a 3,300mAh Li Ion battery. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.