While many consumers will be eying up the smaller iteration of the HTC One with the recent release of the mini version, others may be looking for a larger product and this is where the HTC One Max comes into play. This will be more of a palm-filler expected to be a bigger device with a 5.9-inch display, looking to accumulate a similar custom much like the popular Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
As we take a look at the expected HTC One Max specs from what has appeared in early testing, an informative article on Slash Gear discusses how this new device has been spotted with talk of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor intended for the so-called HTC One Max.
Keeping up with the competition, the HTC One Max looks set to possess the same processor present in the Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A with a similar amount of pixels as the HTC One. Additionally, it will be working with dual-SIM slots (in its China release), as well as the next-level SoC.
According to reports the HTC One Max will be releasing within a similar period as the HTC Butterfly S, which has plenty of shared features. This has opened up the gates for the consumer, giving us plenty of choice as far as the HTC One is concerned with a pick of the original, the mini version, the bigger Butterfly S and now the even larger HTC One Max. In addition, those looking for an even more premium edition can check out the more expensive gold edition straight from the Genie.
Do you expect to start seeing even bigger tablet versions in the near future? We would love to know which of the aforementioned products are more enticing to you and why?
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