by October 15, 2013 0 comments

HTC has decided it’s time to shed its tag of being a smartphone brand and made its foray into the big display smartphone aka phablet market. The company has been touting the One Max device for quite some time with its share of rumors and picture leaks and now the company has officially unveiled the One Max that carries the same all-aluminum design which was first seen on the One and then One mini (this had a removable back-cover).

Invariably, the One Max has a tough fight on its hands with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3, LG’s G2 and Sony Xperia Ultra among others. While, one may say that HTC has already offered phablet device via 5.2 Butterfly but One Max takes the form factor evolution to a whole new level for the company.

The One Max sports a massive 5.9-inch full HD 1920×1080 pixels display and packed with a 1.7 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 CPU and 2 GB RAM. The phablet is powered by latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean platform layered over HTC Sense 5.5 UI comes with BoomSound speakers and for the first time it comes without Beats audio.

The Max comes fitted with the 4 UltraPixel camera that first came with HTC One and a 2 MP front-facing shooter. The One Max comes with removable panel; hence storage is expandable via microSD card while the internal capability ranges t 16/32 GB.

Interestingly, HTC has managed to add the fingerprint scanner reminiscent of the one that was first on Apple iPhone 5S that lets user unlock the device or launch apps directly. One Max will be available later this month with its confirmed pricing.

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