The HTC One has given the Taiwanese manufacturers great success, therefore it is no surprise that we are now seeing variations of the device being produced. The HTC One Mini was officially unveiled last week and now it appears that we will soon see a larger screened version called the HTC One Max arrive.
It looks as though we will soon see HTC enter phablet territory for the first time with the introduction of the new HTC One Max device. Recent reports suggest that we may see this exciting new device arrive as early as September. Mobile Geeks has spoked to a source that is said to be close to this matter who has commented that we are likely to see a launch in early September which will be ahead of the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The Note 3 in the new One Max’s closest competition. The launch for the Galaxy Note 3 is pencilled in for the first few days of September, so we may see the new HTC device arrive in August should this report prove to be correct.
In terms of the specification that we will see offered by the HTC One Max, we are set to see one of the most advanced smartphones available. The stand out feature offered by this handset is the large display with is said to measure 5.9 inches and boasts Full HD 1080P resolution. Set to be incorporated on this device is the brand new Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor which will be clocked at 2.3Ghz and also on board will be quad cores to deliver excellent multitasking. It is not yet clear whether we will see the device offer stylus support. Previous tablet devices from HTC have used the technology and it would be beneficial for such a feature to be included due to the size of the display as well as ensuring that the new Max would be able to compete with the likes of the new Galaxy Note 3 which incorporates Samsung’s own S pen. Get the best HTC One SIM Free prices here
We are set to see the arrival of another variation of the popular HTC One smartphone. Tipped to arrive in the third quarter is the HTC One Max which will offer users the best mobile technology around.