HTC One Max model number confirmed, will feature a Snapdragon S4 processor?

HTC One Max model number confirmed, will feature a Snapdragon S4 processor?

HTC is working on a phablet from a long time now, known as the HTC One Max – which will go head-to-head with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. It is rumored to feature Android 4.3 and it might be available at Sprint as well. Now some more details are leaked about the HTC One Max, as you can see the pictures below, the model number of the One Max is HTC 8088, and HTC One’s model number was HTC 801(with different variations).

Also @evleaks is reporting that instead of a Snapdragon 800, the One Max will feature a 1.7 GHz Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor. Apart from that, it will hopefully come with a 5.9 inch Full HD display, 2GB of RAM, Ultrapixel camera,  3,300mAh battery and also there’s a fingerprint sensor on the back as well.

So Galaxy Note 3, HTC One Max, or Xperia Z Ultra? Tell us about your choice in the comment box below.

Source: NewCellPhlogoneBlog

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1 Comment

  1. Drazyw
    September 17, 14:45 Reply

    Oh well, scratch that one off the list.

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