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HTC working on HTC One Max 6-inch phablet to kill the Galaxy Note III

HTC’s long rumored T6 phablet, dubbed by fresh reports as the HTC One Max, will reportedly pack a massive 6-inch 1080p display and will go head-to-head with the Samsung Galaxy Note III (and most probably emerge as the better phone).

HTC One Max September launch specifications

It comes as no ‘big’ surprise that HTC is working on its very own phablet flagship. We call it the HTC One Max (and that is most probably the final name too), and this 6-inch monster is going to be an upscale model of the beautiful flagship from the Taiwanese company, the HTC One.

Rumored to pack a 6-inch 1080p display of Super LCD 3 make, brilliant colors and viewing angles are already taken care of. The processing powerhouse, Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 800 SoC with the new Adreno 330 GPU will easily crunch through every app and game that you throw at it. 2 GB of RAM is most likely, along with both 32 GB and 64 GB flavored models. HTC is reportedly fitting the same 3200 mAh battery as the Butterfly S, which is actually of higher capacity than the battery in the 6.44-inch Sony Xperia Z Ultra.

All rumors point to a September release for the HTC One Max, most probably during IFA 2013 in Berlin. With the number of high-end devices rumored to launch during IFA this year, the event at Berlin will be explosive and adrenaline rushing for geeks like us (me). Needless to say, we can’t wait.

Source: MobileGeeks.de

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