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Additional HTC One Max Images Hit the Web

One Max

We don’t know about you, but all of these leaked images of the One Max from HTC are starting to really bore us. Announce the darn phone already, HTC. There were previous reports that the One Max was going to launch side-by-side to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3, but clearly, that is no longer the case. 

From the new images, we are still seeing the same design, along with the apparent fingerprint scanner fixed to the device’s backside. The front still sports capacitive navigation buttons, and Beats Audio software is still onboard. The pictures are from a certification process the device received in China, so maybe it will be launched over there before here in the States.

Either way, HTC better not hold out any longer if they plan on stealing any of the Note 3′s over-sized marketshare.

One Max

Via: Unwired View

  • Chris

    I would have been interested in the One Max if there was any indication of a release date (and it had an 800 processor). Being that the work I do can actually benefit from the extra RAM from the Note 3, it would have still been a tough call, though. Mainly my interest stems from the volume sound it can apparently push out. I am hoping the Note 3 will be better than my Note 2 in that regard. I have to strain to even hear an audio book through the speakers.

  • TareX

    HTC holding off its announcement while the Note 3 gets announced, launches, and sells, is a very grim sign of lack of confidence in their product. Clearly, the Note’s features trumped the One Max’s that they knew the build quality argument can’t save them anymore.

  • http://people.ign.com/mrfrodo24 Mr Frodo24

    Enough of these ugly leak photos. Just announce it already HTC.

    HTC = Hold Til’ Christmas

  • EnX$$

    this is what the HTC ONE MAX should be

  • http://www.parafriv.net/ Para Friv

    I do not know much about this HTC product line but an extremely prominent feature is its high resolution, very sharp shooting, the article offers remarkable features of HTC.

  • flosserelli

    Six months ago, I would have been all over this device. But with the Note 3 just around the corner, I must pass. HTC should have launched the One, One Mini and One Max simultaneously. /smh

    • EnX$$

      good luck with regional locked note 3

      • flosserelli

        That is not a priority for me, but I realize it will be an issue for many others. What does Samsung gain by locking down devices like that? Besides pissing people off and losing buyers…

  • Liderc

    We get it, it’s a big HTC One lol.

    • Chris

      and the one mini is a small HTC one……

      /s

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    I’m not a note fan… but hte Note line makes sense because sammy is putting extra effort into the stylus input. The Note series is very useful. This is just a big ass phone… just like the Z ultra

    • flosserelli

      But if the Note was smaller, it wouldn’t be very practical…unless you like to take notes on postage stamps.

      • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

        I’m not sure how that relates to what I said.

        • flosserelli

          Sorry, I thought you were referring to the Note (when you were actually referring to the One Max)

          • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

            I feel you

  • Chris

    This may be my next phone. not to crazy on the *new* rumored specs though. just wish it would include a stylus and an updated HTC scribe. Thatbwas real fun to work with when I had the jetstream tablet. (that wasn’t a bad tablet. if only it wasn’t molested by AT&T)

    • flosserelli

      If you want a stylus, the Note is the only game in town.

      • Jimmyjammer

        It’s the only one that’s region locked too.

      • Chris

        Don’t “need” one, just would be nice to see HTC scribe make a come back. I mean if you want to complete with the note, then go all the way,.,,,

  • http://thebeeobee.com/ thebeeobee

    BTW, the Moto Droids are sooooo much louder and clearer than HTC One with Boomsound. Do a comparison.

    • aQuickBit
      • elfrisi

        You sir, just made my morning.

    • Justin W

      I think you need to do the comparison. My HTC One is the loudest phone I’ve heard and that’scomparing it to recent Moto products as well as the SGS 4. I hear, though, that the G2 could give it a run for its title.

      • Bald_Sasquach

        Yeah….. the speakers on my G2 aren’t any better than on my galaxy s 2. Maybe a little more tinny-sounding even. Haven’t heard the one’s speakers but they’d better be louder than this thing.

      • aQuickBit

        It’s not even the “loud” part…it’s the clarity in my opinion at higher volumes. Absolutely zero distortion with Beats on (god I hate complementing them because of their headphones, but for smartphones they got it right). When I play “East Star” by Silent Code, I can actually feel the bass/thump in my hand and ears. The mids are “ok” and thank god the highs don’t sound like unwaxed violin bows. Overall I’m wicked satisfied with it and consider it a better music experience than iPhone (which you have to admit, is really hard to beat).

      • http://thebeeobee.com/ thebeeobee

        I would not mind a video comparison with db meter. Droid-life, can you make this happen?

    • Ian

      No need for the comparison, I can tell you’re crazy from here.

    • EnX$$

      you need new ears son nothing beats HTC boomsound not even iphones can beat htc sound

  • samosa king

    i want a snapdragon 800 HTC One. :(

    • Jimmyjammer

      That’s whats being rumored.

      Looks great, though I’ll probably get the nexus 5 to hold me till I make the jump, like Ron.

    • Jimmyjammer

      Oops I realized you wanted the One, not the max.

    • JoshGroff

      Please, the 600 is enough. (Lies, one always needs more power)

  • Themanhere10

    Snore.