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Press Renders Leaked for AT&T and Verizon HTC One Max

Verizon One Max

When first announced, it was only apparent that the One Max would hit Sprint and Verizon, but thanks to some newly leaked press renders from @evleaks, it appears that AT&T is also getting in on the fun.

For those not keeping track, this device features a 5.9-inch Full HD 1080p LCD, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, 2GB of RAM, an Ultrapixel (4MP) camera, a 3300mAh non-removable battery, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, and quite a bit more. Those are good specs, but most were surprised that HTC didn’t attempt to match Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 specs, which are pretty much future proof. 

No word yet on when exactly you will be able to go into retail stores and pick this device up, but we will be sure to keep you posted. HTC announced that the device should hit the US before the year is out.

Is anyone still considering this phone?

ATT One Max

Via: @evleaks [2]

  • John Friend

    I actually like this phone. It won’t have the cheap feel of the note 3. I envision pickin this phone up and being able to do some serious damage if I hit someone with it ;-)

  • Spider210

    Got to see and use this device today (PRE RELEASE MODEL BUT FINAL), damn its a brick!

  • Liderc

    This phone is outdated already, Verizon is fking terrible with phones. How ironic is it that the best service has literally the worst phones and if they get a nice phone like the One they get it god knows how many months it’s been now. And I wouldn’t buy this for the fact that HTC allowed ATT and Verizon to put their logos in the freagin’ navigation buttons. Unbelievable

  • Blue Sun

    Again, HTC is late to the game by 3-4 months. This device has been leaked for ages. Had they released this before Labor Day, it would have probably has low to modest sales.

  • Shane Redman

    Can we have something KitKat related???

    • Chris

      here you go kid.

      • Shane Redman

        You couldn’t share the one with the android contest on the packaging?

    • Walter Partlo

      The physical appearance of the please makes no difference.

    • Tim242

      It is just minor UI tweaks…

      • Shane Redman

        I want w/e app updates come along with the announcement.

  • leenephi

    Haha. You only live once, so go on a peaceful canoeing trip. ;D

  • Chris

    logos….. eh….. if you have to have them stick them on the back……

  • Ben Murphy

    DAT logo!

  • http://randomphantasmagoria.com/ Shawn

    Branding (or lack thereof) was a big plus on my Google Play GS4. Not only does it not have any carrier branding, but it doesn’t even have any Galaxy S4 branding. Just the Samsung logo above the earpiece and the raised Samsung logo on the battery door.

  • Droidzilla

    Why are you leaking something not Nexus 5 related? It’s like going to a steakhouse and ordering a cobb salad.

    • http://www.droid-life.com/ Tim-o-tato

      If there was something to hypebeast, trust me, we would!

      • Droidzilla

        I know; I’m just without a phone and impatient.

        • tarasaunders325

          My Uncle
          Jacob got a year 2013 Audi TT RS Coupe by working part time online. imp
          source w­w­w­.­W­o­r­k­s­7­7­.­ℂ­o­m

          • Droidzilla

            I think it’s messed up that your uncle sold those photos of you, but I guess he did get a TT out of the deal.

    • Jim890

      Cause there’s other things to talk about rather than just the nexus. This isn’t nexus-life.com

      • Droidzilla

        There is only the Nexus.

        • Blue Sun

          Reading your post left to right, top to bottom, I would say you used the wrong meme.

          • Droidzilla

            I blame Disqus. And Apple; they have to be involved in some way or other.

          • Blue Sun

            Haha. I agree! I think if the meme was above your text, it would make more sense.

      • Butters619

        I clicked the link. Disappointed.

  • Greyhame

    You forgot to mention the feature that all of us have been pining for… the Fingerprint Scanner!!! /s

  • samosa king

    And so it begins…

  • Radgatt

    I know we all hate carrier logos on the front of devices but the AT&T logo looks odd to me. It may just be me.

    • Adrynalyne

      Taught them well, Verizon has.

      • Radgatt

        Lol

    • leenephi

      At least it’s not as in your face as the Verizon logo.

      • Adrynalyne

        That is debatable. They both are very much in your face.

        • leenephi

          Definitely debatable, but I would just prefer that simple circle logo over an asymmetrical logo and text. :P

          • Adrynalyne

            True.

            Easier to mask with a marker too :p

      • Chris

        really?

  • tomn1ce

    HTC has no more fight left in them. They are letting the carriers push them around by replacing the HTC label on the front with the carrier label. Ouch.

    • Adrynalyne

      May I remind you that this is a press…render?

      ;)

      Subject to errors.

    • Nex__

      Exactly what i was thinking its one thing to have logo on phone, a whole other to have them as a button.

      • leenephi

        Not a button, but still agreed.

        Now, the Note 2, on the other hand XD

    • holdthiscat

      No more fight? I guess you haven’t seen the Samsung devices with a Verizon logo on the home button. Maybe Samsung’s lost their “fight” too.

      • T4rd

        Verizon logo was on the Note 2 only. GS4 and Note 3 do not have them, so yes, Samsung seems to have more pull with Verizon now. The upcoming GS4 Mini looks to have it on the home button, but that’s not a flagship device, so I doubt Samsung really cares about it.

        • Adrynalyne

          Pull is pull. If your company has pull, it shouldn’t matter the level of device.

          We have not seen the end of ugly branding with Samsung.

          • T4rd

            Well apparently it does matter the level of device or else the GS4 and Note 3 would have logos on their button while the Mini seems like it will.

          • holdthiscat

            The HTC One for Verizon does not have the logo. The One is HTC’s flagship device. So you are still arguing an invalid point.

          • T4rd

            I’m not arguing, I’m simply stating facts. ;-)

          • Tim242

            Only because it was a last minute decision to carry the device.

          • holdthiscat

            We were testing the Verizon device at HTC back in April. Plenty of time to make that change. Never happened, and it was never even discussed.

          • Adrynalyne

            Assumedly, you mean.

            We don’t know for certain why the logo isn’t there, especially since Verizon changes the location, size, and annoyance of it all the across their devices.

            That Samsung has pull is not proven yet. I’ll believe it when all logos disappear from their devices, like Apple.

          • T4rd

            I’ll concur to this. Though if LG can fit that tiny logo at the top right of the G2, I think they could squeeze the logo onto the GS4 and Note 3 button or bezel. But ultimately, we’re all just assuming, so lets agree to disagree. =)

          • Tim242

            Carriers have logos on the iphone, in the worst place…The status bar.

          • LionStone

            Agreed!, that is so lame.

        • holdthiscat

          The One max isn’t a flagship device either. It’s a variant. Your point is moot.

          • T4rd

            Is it selling at $200+ on contract along with the One? If so, then yes it is considered a “flagship” device. It certainly has the same specs as the One, even if it’s half a year old at this point, it’s a HTC flagship.

          • holdthiscat

            Oh, so now YOU decide what a flagship device is, and not the company who manufactures it?

          • T4rd

            Comprehension fail.

          • holdthiscat

            Logic fail

          • T4rd

            Debating fail.

          • holdthiscat

            The facts according to T4rd fail…this is fun!

          • T4rd

            It is fun! Lets see who can have the last word! (days later…)

          • holdthiscat

            Haha…I don’t have the time, but I love your spirit!

          • T4rd

            I’m highly motivated! HooAH!

          • Chris

            its part of HTCs high end lineup….

          • Tim242

            HTC begs to differ

    • sinkingship

      At this point i think it’s fair to say HTC is lucky any carriers will pick up their devices.

  • kdiperi

    i dumped my DNA cause i got tired of hearing the update to 4.2 or 4.3 was put on the back burner again . i got the NOTE 3 an i LOVE IT !!!!!! i DO NOT miss HTC at all . this HTC One MAx is gonna fail horribly . sad to say but it has NOTHING on the note 3 .

    • http://people.ign.com/mrfrodo24 MrFrodo24

      Should’ve moonshined

    • Adrynalyne

      After reading all the stories of people returning their Note 3 and going back to Note 2, I’ll stick where I am at.

      • http://thebeeobee.com/ thebeeobee

        Right, but his point is that the flawed Note 3 is an improvement over the inferior products that HTC puts out. Even their phones that are considered good don’t compare.

        • Adrynalyne

          Different strokes for different folks. They aren’t competing for the same niche. I can pros and cons for both, really.

      • Shaunwin

        What stories??

        • Adrynalyne

          The ones I read? LOL.

          I don’t recall which forum it was at, but it was a somewhat common post. Not because the 3 sucked, but because it didn’t offer much incentive for the price over a Note 2.

          • Shaunwin

            yeah, it was well known that the N3 was small improvement over the N2. But well see how it compares in 2 years. I upgraded from the GNex so it was a HUGH improvement for me.

    • http://thebeeobee.com/ thebeeobee

      Another satisfied HTC customer above!

      • Tim242

        It hurts your butt so bad that Samsung > apple

        • http://thebeeobee.com/ thebeeobee

          ? what no.

    • LionStone

      BoomSound! Bigger/Better screen! Sense 5.5! and Bigger/Better battery! :-)

  • Jeremy Gross

    the nexus 5 rumors have been quiet….too quiet

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    I swear this is the most yawntastic device released this year.

    • Adrynalyne

      Nah.

      I’d save that was reserved for Ativ Odyssey or Enact.

    • holdthiscat

      Yet it has your attention enough to come here and make comments about it…hmm…what does that say about you?

      • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

        That I have an opinion about it being a yawntastic device. How is that not self explanatory?