With HTC all set to announce its most ambitious device on Tuesday, new rumors have surfaced in respect to the supposed One Max. Nowhereelse.fr editor Steve Hemmerstoffer tweeted an image containing alleged specifications of the forthcoming HTC One Max.
The leaked specifications are in line with previous rumors. The HTC One Max is expected to have a 5.9-inch Full HD display. Recently, there was a world on the street that HTC's forthcoming phablet to have a 5.7-inch FHD resolution, and comparisons were also made against Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and other large screen handsets.
Now once again it seems that the HTC One Max will indeed have a larger 5.9-inch Super LCD 3 display having a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Moreover, the device is said to be powered by Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out of the box. The new version of HTC Sense 5.5 is also expected to be announced alongside the HTC One Max. The battery size; a 3200mAh is said to give maximum juice.
The monster phone will have a 1.7GHz quad-core processor, thanks to Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 chipset, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of ROM which can be further expanded up to 32GB via a microSD card slot. Other specifications include: Beats Audio sound technology, UltraPixel camera, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, HDMI, among other.
Meanwhile, CTech blog site has come up a clear image of supposed HTC One Max. The phone is indeed appears humongous. The report further says that HTC One Max will go on sale starting October 25 in Taiwan region. The 16GB variant is expected to have 4G LTE, and would be made available in Silver version. HTC One Max could be announced on Tuesday.
Apparently, the Chinese version of HTC One Max is said to have Dual SIM and removable battery cover. Apart from decent looking internal specifications, the rumored 5.9-inch phablet will have a fingerprint sensor placed on the rear back. According to leaked illustration, the sensor will be square-shaped and be located on the rear back side. It is also believed that users will be able to register multiple fingers with the fingerprint sensor. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!