HTC One Max could take the Galaxy Note III head-on

Jordan O'Brien
June 7, 2013

HTC seem to be unable to keep a secret, and the HTC T6 is becoming more and more real, with an official name, blueprints and release date all cropping up online.

The T6 will, when released, be officially known as the HTC One Max, according to a J.P. Morgan analyst — which I guess makes sense given the phone is supposedly just the phablet version of the HTC One.

With a possible name out in the wild, it wasn’t long until some photos, or in this case Blueprints, made their way out into the big wide world.

Mobileaks has posted the alleged blueprints, revealing ever so slight changes to the overall design of the HTC One — which doesn’t come as a surprise, given the One’s beautiful design.

The HTC One Max is due to go head-to-head with Samsung’s Galaxy Note III, which is rumoured to be announced at an event later this month — with both allegedly coming in Q3.

Previous specs have made their way onto the internet, with the phone supposedly sporting a 2.2GHz processor, as well as running on Key Lime Pie, the yet to be announced version of Google’s Android operating system.

All this in a phone featuring a whopping 5.9-inch HD touchscreen display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution, it’s no wonder that J.P. Morgan’s analyst says that carriers are already very interested in the device.


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