With the HTC One already enjoying sharing space with the top end flagships and the Mini version of the same, the HTC One mini creating a lot of buzz amongst the mid range smartphones, the only anticipation was left in the form of a Phablet in HTC’s One line up and here it comes! As speculated to be existent alongside the HTC One Mini, the 5.9 inches long HTC One Max will sit at a much higher position in the food chain and by the looks of it, the Japanese predator will have to deal with a head on collision with a handset of it’s very own niche.
The HTC One Max will allegedly feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset along side 2 GB RAM and 16 GB of ROM. Apart from the four Snapdragon 400 cores ticking besides the Adreno 330 GPU, the Bigger of the siblings will also feature a removable 3300 mAh battery and a microSD card slot for further expansion of the memory(Finally!). From the exteriors, the HTC One Max’s design should fall in line with that of the HTC One Mini which refers to a Aluminum unibody with a polycarbonate body that runs along the side and edges of the phone with dual stereo speakers and a 2.1 Megapixel camera upfront. The main camera will be of the Ultrapixel kind and for the time being we cannot predict the presence of OIS or the maximum image resolution.
Talking about the competition, the HTC One Max will have a head on collision with the Xperia Z Ultra which has got quite a few positives up to it’s sleeves too and meanwhile, you just cannot neglect the possibility of the Snapdragon 800 powered Samsung Galaxy S4 to join the party as well!