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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
Time to put another smartphone rumor out to pasture; the HTC One Max is now official and headed to various markets later this month (October). As expected, the device is
HTC, in typical fashion, has taken to its blog to tease us with an upcoming release. This time around we’re looking at the HTC One Max. Well, HTC never implies
According to the latest HTC One Max leaks, the fingerprint scanner located on the back of the device may be used for more than just security purposes. The leak, which
With the launch of HTC One Max right around the corner, it seems HTC is also planning to introduce an updated version of the Sense UI which will be known
I am sure that all HTC fans are looking forward to the new addition to the ‘One’ family – the HTC One Max. It is actually HTC’s effort to take
New photos emerged over the weekend showing a Verizon branded HTC One Max in the wild. According to the source, these are currently making the rounds within the carrier and
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
Sprint will offer the yet-announced HTC One Max when it is ultimately announced, according to evleaks. It’s unclear whether or not the carrier will have exclusive rights to the device
The 5.9-inch smartphone could also run a brand new version of HTC Sense as well.
The picture gets a bit clearer today for the HTC Zara, a smartphone rumored to arrive later this year. Alleged to be a plastic take on the HTC One design,
A new photo has surfaced which shows exactly how big the HTC One Max is when compared to the HTC One and the HTC One Mini. Assuming it’s legitimate, the
A new infographic tells us that sometimes a big change can turn out to be something really great.
HTC One Max is making a lot of hype in the news nowadays, and recently we saw some leaked images of it. The device is nothing but an extra-large version
HTC, having a bit of fun with its fans, has released a cleaner 15-second version of the video that surfaced on Vine and Instagram yesterday. The clip, which is really