New leak confirms HTC One Max specs

HTC-One-Max-specs-confirmed-with-new-leak5:45 PM – Over the last few months, we have been hearing about HTC coming up with a phablet.  Dubbed the HTC One Max, will bring a lot to the table, but nothing that we haven’t seen before in other devices.

What we didn’t really know was what HTC One Max would bring inside of it, until now.  According to a new tweet from Steve Hemmerstoffer, editor for Nowhereelse.fr, we see a leaked spec sheet for the HTC One Max.  All but officially confirmed, lets take a look at the spec sheet and what it shows us.

In the spec sheet, we see a 5.9 inch display with resolution of 1080 x 1920 (FHD), 1.7GHz Qualcomm Quad-core Snapdragon 600, sporting 2GB of RAM, 32 GB internal storage, microSD card slot available.  As for battery life, there isn’t much to worry about as it sports a 3200 mAh size, which is plenty to get you through the day.  It will also come with Android 4.3, sporting Sense 5.5 as well.  Another key feature in the phablet will be a fingerprint sensor at the back of the device.

Since recently, we saw that Beats Electronics bought out HTC’s stake in the company, speculation grew that HTC will stop featuring Beats Audio in its devices.  However, with HTC One Max, Beats Audio will still be featured.

According to Wall Street Journal, not only did they confirm that the device will have a fingerprint sensor, but also will be announced on October 15.

Take a look at the spec sheet below and let us know what you think.


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