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Super Clear HTC One Max Pictures Leak Alongside Finalized Specs?

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More pictures and details for the One Max (model number 8088) from HTC hit the web over the weekend, this time bringing some of the clearest images we have seen thus far. In these shots, we get a good look at the Max’s user interface that is on the apparent 5.9″ 1080p display, along with a closeup of the pogo pins HTC placed on the backside of the phone. 

In addition, it was previously reported that the Max would feature a Snapdragon 800 processor, but it is now shown to be running either a Snapdragon 600 or Snapdragon S4 Pro processor. The S4 Pro is the same chipset that is currently powering the Moto X device and new DROID lineup of devices.

To top it all off, the phone is reported to sport a 5MP camera with UltraPixel technology, 2GB of RAM, a 3,300mAh battery, Android 4.3 and 16GB of storage. Why HTC would feel that 16GB is enough, when even Samsung killed off the 16GB variant of the Note series, remains to be seen.

It is listed from the leak that the One Max should hit the market sometime in October. Is anyone waiting on this device to launch?


  • 5.9″ (1920 x 1080) display
  • Snapdragon S4 Pro or Snapdragon 600 processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB ROM
  • Android 4.3
  • 5MP UltraPixel camera
  • 3,300mAh battery
  • NFC
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Fingerprint scanner

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Via: VR-Zone | Mobile01

  • HTCOneUser

    A lot of people are getting very upset about the 16gb RAM, however we don’t know if this is true as no official specs have been provided. It’s very unlikely that HTC will release this premium device with 16gb as it doesn’t make sense

  • Jim165

    These lower specs could explain why there was no mention of the One Max at IFA 2013. Why would HTC announce this phone with these pitiful specs against the SGN3 and the 5S? That would be total embarrassment. And I was waiting for this phone in eagerness….glad I went ahead pre-ordered a Note 3!

  • SolarMan

    There’s a reason the One Max leaks & images made us scratch our heads thus far: it ISN’T going to compete in the Note 3’s market. It won’t be a flagship, hence the rumor(????) that the device will come with an outdated chipset.


    So long HTC, I’ve had the HD2, EVO, EVO 3D, & EVO LTE.
    Hello Note 3!!

  • Mikael

    I don’t think those are true specs, it makes no sense to go back to 16 GB if they remove that option to the HTC ONE, so i bet for 32GB & 64GB versions available along with Snapdragon 800 and 4MP camera and 2GB of RAM, but i hope to be surprise anyways

  • Randiod

    Lame lame lame. Snapdragon 600 really. Wow and I thought HTC was going to be right up with samsung. And my search continues.

  • Steve

    Ok so why is everyone getting
    bent out of shape for something that leaked out of China? Also, who
    says the SD600 is a bad chipset. Also, if one more person says “it
    should have 3GB RAM”, just stop it already. Samsung
    is the only company with that particular memory unit, and I’m sure they
    wont sell it until sometime next year.

    Now, the 16GB of internal storage is somewhat a let down. Not
    completely, but only because the Nexus 4 does fine with it. $800 is what
    makes the 16GB a terrible decision.

    At the end of the day though, this is just a China bred rumor that until I see the actual product, is just that…….a rumor.

  • Armus

    No SD card, no stylus, no camera worth mentioning, no storage, fingerprint scanner – a total pass

  • Armus

    Omg – huge screen and still a 5mp cam? And seriously, only idiots fingerprint scanners in phones

  • SolarMan

    Head scratching decisions are all I see from HTC when it comes to this device. What happened to the company that was just about the best handset maker-or maybe the most popular alternative to iPhones-in 2009/2011? Did Apple inflict harm with those lawsuits?

  • beto_nl

    No worries , the bleeding edge Gnote3 is just around the corner and it’s probably even cheaper…

  • JoshHenry

    kind of disappointing if these are the real specs. I was waiting on this phone.. Now i have to wait for the specs of the Nexus 5, but I have a feeling the Sony Xperia Z1 is my next phone.

  • Austin_tacious

    I don’t care how large the pixels are, they should have gone with more than a 5 “UP” camera. Definitely needs 32GB. I’d trade the fingerprint scanner for either.

  • theraskell

    I was really going to get this phone, but with the lowered processor and on 16gb of storage with no expandable slot, I am thinking I am going to ride out and see how the new Nexus phone does and if Verizon will get it.

    • Chris

      or ride out till this phone actully launches,

  • Aaron

    i remember reading articles a few months back about how HTC had plans to simplify their new product line.

    why the hell is there a new version of this phone being leaked/released every month?

    • Chris

      Its still part of the one family.

      • Aaron

        I know, but having 3 or 4+ phones that all look exactly the same with different internals does not a simplified product line make.

        • Shilamar Drea Shockley

          Didn’t the Razr do the samething? Didn’t hear anyone complain about that.

          • Aaron

            your argument sounds very pointed…

          • Shilamar Drea Shockley

            You said that Tmo doesn’t have any high-end devices for $0 down.

  • michael steinmetz

    i was waiting for this but no s800 and only 16gigs ?? looks like the note 3 for me now

  • OneForTheGoodDays

    I don’t really have anything to say that hasn’t been said already below…. just for those who need a tl;dr version: omg, wtf htc, idgi.

  • justapotato

    Snapdragon 600 really HTC…and your wondering why your failing please dont release a high end device w/ last years processor. I LOVE THE ONE!

  • EnX$$

    this sucks. Htc doesn’t Listen or Learn. always making the wrong
    choices. the HTC ONE MAX needs Snapdragon 800,16mp camera,3gb of
    ram,stylus, im very disappoint in HTC..

    • justapotato

      and you know its going to cost as much as the note or $50 less. but that’s it. I remember when the FLYER came out what a disappointment. Come on HTC!