HTC has been making a remarkable space on the smartphone news section these days, with its HTC One Max, the 5.9 inch upcoming phablet. Moreover, the tech world also got the chance to have a look at the leaked image of the same handset a day ago which was posted by ePrice.
Now a fresh HTC teaser of 16 seconds has been spotted on YouTube as well as HTC's Instagram page. The video doesn't reveal anything in particular but the helicopter landing on the helipad. A man with the handset looks at the person coming out of the helicopter with a brief case who is assumed to be Robert Downey Jr.
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However, this video doesn't show much in itself but the caption on the video that appears reads, "Here's To Change" on YouTube while the video on Instagram also reads "Happy Telephone Company". However, the main caption above the video frame says "Big Things Ahead."
Now the speculations are that the video hints at the recently leaked HTC One Max. Moreover, in relation to the connection between Robert Downey Jr. and HTC, there were rumors that said that the Iron Man star would be paid about $12 million over two years to promote HTC's handsets.
Further, here is a brief specs rundown on the upcoming handset from HTC;
HTC is said to come up with a new 5.9 inch phablet dubbed as HTC Max. The display would give an output of 1080p resolution, 4MP rear UltraPixel camera with optical image stabilization, 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage with support for microSD card expansion. The giant phablet will be powered by a 3,200 or 3,300mAh battery and there will be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor tuned to 2.3Ghz with four Krait 400 cores.
As per reports, the phablet is expected to come with an Android 4.3 Jelly Bean along with the latest version of Sense UI. Although, there are rumors hinting at the stylus, but as of now, there is no confirmed statement by the Taiwanese company about the presence of the stylus.