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HTC One Max Outed in Leaked Document, One Mini in Black Pictured Again


Two tidbits of info are hitting the web today, surrounding HTC’s upcoming One Mini and One Max devices. The One Mini, which we have heard quite a bit about has been pictured yet again, but some specs were also “confirmed” from the source that took the photos. 

According to Smart News, the One Mini will ship sometime in Q3 with Android 4.2.2, come with a Snapdragon 400 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of onboard storage, a 4.3″ 720p display at 342ppi and will hit all four of the major carriers in the U.S.


As for the One Max, a leaked document out of Germany shows that the device could indeed exist, coming in a silver color. The One Max, codenamed the “T6″ is rumored to feature a 5.9″ or 6” 1080p display, as well as Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 800 processor.

As of now, there is no rumored date for a launch of the One Max, but we can guess that we might see it sometime either before Samsung’s announcement of the Galaxy Note 3 or shortly thereafter.

Any new takes on the One Mini or One Max?

Via: Unwired News | Smart News

  • moming932


  • Butters619

    Its a UltraPixel camera but it is 4MP.

  • Beets Meeter

    Anything with a Beats logo is junk.

  • cb2000a

    Snapdragon 400? Why?

  • vcarvega

    I hope the One Max has a slightly better camera for taking close up shots… but other than that, it will probably be my next phone. The only other contender will be the Nexus 5… and it will need a Snapdragon 800 and killer design to compete.

  • Pengwn

    I can already see it now.

    Customer: “I’ll take that one max phone.”
    Verizon Employee: “The RAZR MAXX HD?”
    Customer: “It comes in HD!”
    Verizon Employee: *hands RAZR MAXX* to customer*
    Customer: *walks out thinking they got this phone*

    The general public is fairly stupid when it comes to smartphones. They really wont know the difference and I think Verizon knows that. I wouldn’t be surprised if there is a small boost in RAZR sales after this device launches.

    Edit: punctuation

  • TylerChappell

    The phone pictured looks like the HTC One and the Droid DNA had a baby. And it looks beautiful.

  • Trever
  • Dave

    You mean 5? You accidentally hit the 1 first.

  • The Gooch

    So is HTC following Samsung’s playbook inch by inch with the different variations of a good to great phone? Will people buy in or will they get a little confused as to what the “One” is vs the “One X”, “mini”, “maxi” etc…?

  • frankinphone

    I’d rather have the Butterfly S variant than the One Max

  • sagisarius

    I’ve had Nexus 4 for about half a year now, and that One Mini is looking really appealing. The giganto android phone thing just isn’t working out for me.

    • Noel

      True that…also the Snapdragon 400 is a very capable chip with the ability to do HSPA+42, multi mode LTE etc

  • yankeesusa

    I will stick with samsung for now. I hope it comes out before the note 3 is announced just to see what their working with. But most people are likely to go with the note 3, especially if they change the plastic body on it.

  • Tyler Durden

    I’d love to get it but the camera just throws me off. Too bad HTC. All this and you fail on other levels.

    • Butters619

      How does the camera throw you off? (Serious question)

      • Tyler Durden

        Uh its 4mp and I need something that takes good pics.

        • shecalledmejay

          mega pixels have nothing to do with taking good pictures. You should read review about the phone’s camera, you might be surprised

          • trixnkix637

            ^ this.. It’s actually quite comparable to the S3’s camera. & In low light cases takes better pics than the S3.

        • Butters619

          MP != Quality. Common misconception.

          By going with less pixels, you can increase the amount of space each pixel get’s on the sensor. So you can capture more light and more details in your pictures.

          Besides, unless you are going above page sized prints, you don’t need anything over 4MP. And if you are making prints larger than a page, I really doubt you’d be using your phone.

          • Joseph Barrientos

            exactly, most people just want pics to keep for memories or maybe print at most a 5×7 if its a good pic, but overall its more for facebook, mms or instagram, no need for anything else.

          • cb2000a

            Besides 4mp is ideal for 1080 video.

  • Sam

    I’ve been waiting for the HTC One, but if they’re going to be possibly announcing this around August-ish, then I’ll wait for the One Max.

  • BRIM

    The HTC One Max (if VZ gets it) will be my last straw w/ Verizon/HTC to see if they’ll improve with support.

    They did me wrong with the TBolt and Rezound.

    • Weber

      Tbolt, DInc2, AND a GNex over here….I feel your pain.

    • TSY87

      Dinc (great), Bionic (terrible), Gnexus (love/hate), S4 (love). My friends had the Tbolt and Rezound… they were terrible. That being said, my friends with the One love it, and I think it looks great. I really hope the One Max delivers.

    • LionStone

      Pretty sure you bought those phones without a gun to your head 🙂
      Why pass the blame?

    • Luke Grissom

      OG Droid (great), Charge (love/hate), Bionic (pretty bad), S3 (Love). I’m holding out now for the One Max or Note 3. We’ll see which looks better. I’ll stick with verizon due to their coverage as long as I have my unlimited data. Once they yank that, i’ll jump over to someone else.

  • BRIM

    For as long as they’re making us wait for the One, scumbag Verizon BETTER be getting the MAX AND better NOT make us wait over 6 months for it.

    I’m going to be a very angry neanderthal if they fail me again.

    • Bigsike

      Even if that evil company gets it they’ll make everyone believe that a slightly bigger battery was worth the wait. God I hate that company.

      • Ej McCarty

        Max is no referring to the battery size in this case

        • Andy Stetson

          Right, the one with a bigger battery will be the One Maxx!

    • Jérôme Besnard

      I don’t know why you are sticking with Verizon… Go unlocked phone and pre-paid plan.

      • jnt

        Well for one, they’re the only carrier that gives me a consistent signal in my office – let alone tons of other places.

        • Jérôme Besnard

          That’s a good point… It’s ashamed though.

          • jnt


        • yankeesusa

          that is a good reason to stick with them. I’m glad I have 3 options where I work and live. I can choose tmobile, verizon and even sprint and they all have good signal. tmobile actually matches or beats verizon lte in most areas here even with just hsdpa+. Sprint is getting better here too.

          • jnt

            I’m in the same boat as you actually, but my office is a lone black hole in my area. And I’m just nitpicky the rest of the time. 🙂 We don’t travel much, but when we do I’m glad we’re on Verizon.

    • Sam

      That’s what I was actually thinking. Maybe this delay has been because Verizon is actually getting the One Max. It (to me) doesn’t make sense why they would be getting the original HTC One and it’ll be half a year into the life cycle of the One.

      It’ll infuriate people who just bought the One to know that Verizon will be releasing the One Max in a few weeks.

    • Butters619

      It will be called the DNA+ and you will see it next February :p

    • Kenny Larson

      Verizon probably won’t. The don’t have to have the best phones. The frankly don’t care what phones they sell as long as people keep buying into the myth that they are the only ones that provide decent service.

      • vcarvega

        I’ve been on all 4 of the major carriers here in Atlanta… and Verizon was by far the best. I would go back to them if they weren’t so expensive 🙁

        • michael arazan

          I’m a slave of Verizon for unlimited data for $30 a month, if I ever lose that I’m gone like a bat out of Hell