Sprint: HTC One Max hits network ‘later this year’
Sprint has become the first carrier (that we are aware of) to announce plans to support the new HTC One Max. A short and sweet post on the wireless provider’s blog tells us to look for the device “later this year”. Pricing has yet to be determined though we suspect it will fall in line with the Galaxy Note 3 space.
“I am pleased to see our relationship continue to grow as we launch the newest addition to the HTC One family, HTC One max. With the dynamic features available on this device, we know customers will be enjoying heavy amounts of data. Sprint customers will have the peace of mind of not having to worry about data caps or overage charges…”
Is the HTC One Max the smartphone you’ve been waiting for all along? Would you consider it with Sprint’s network and plans?
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