HTC One Max: latest leak points to Android 4.3

HTC One Max: latest leak points to Android 4.3

htc_one_max-specsFollowing up on the popular One and One Mini models, the increasingly-imminent HTC One Max is the topic of another leak. According to the latest chatter this one is pointing to its OS as Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and its overlay HTC Sense 5.5.

Most other reported specs have remain unchanged, including a 5.9-inch 1920 x 1280 display, Snapdragon 800 processor, 2 GB of RAM, and both front and back cameras (including the same UltraPixel camera technology on the existing One models).  The one interesting omission was that of either a fingerprint scanner or stylus port, depending on what earlier blurry photos would have you believing.


The fall hardware announcement season is almost upon us, with the likes of Sony, Apple, and Samsung preparing to launch new devices unto the world over the next couple of weeks.  We can only presume HTC will follow suit with the new One Max.

Via: rbmen

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