Though unannounced and unreleased, HTC’s biggest and baddest phone yet, the One Max, is already shaping up to be a lemon for speed addicts.
No Snapdragon 800 power, but very advanced fingerprint recognition technology. Uncomfortably large 5.9-inch display, but full-metal body. Overpriced but packing UltraPixel camera and massive battery. That’s the HTC One Max in a nutshell and there’s no use pretending we don’t know all that about it and more.
Well, what do we have here? The HTC One Max is making yet another appearance in the wild, and this time a few of its camera features have been detailed as well.
If there is any doubt about the existence of HTC’s first phablet, another round of images of the purported HTC One Max were spotted on the internet alongside Galaxy Note 3.
It was recently rumored that HTC was working on a new mobile operating system for China, and a leaked image could have given us our first glimpse of that particular OS.
The saga of leaks surrounding the HTC One Max continues. The phablet-sized HTC One has appeared in two new leaks that reveal its specs and give us a look at the device from every angle.
It seems as if HTC One Max can’t stay off the spotlight for long. A new leak suggests that HTC One Max will be powered by quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro SoC with a clock speed of 1.7GHz.
The HTC One Max refuses to stay away from the spotlight, and the giant handset has posed for the camera yet again, sitting next to the HTC One and its mini cousin.
It’s become a sort of tradition for Apple’s competitors to try to detour media attention away from big iPhone or iPad unveilings through social media and commercials of all kinds. You can call it envy or you can call it solid PR. I like to call it humor.
Amidst the not-so-shocking news of Microsoft buying Nokia’s handset business, HTC has announced a number of products, and among them is the Desire 601, which previously leaked under the codename Zara.
A handful of HTC’s employees have been arrested on charges of fraudulent activities and stealing trade secrets of the company.
What’s that you say, HTC has plenty of mid-end, budget-friendly smartphones out and about and it needs one more as much as John McAfee needs more easy money? Sorry to burst your bubble, but it appears the Taiwanese do think their mid-range line-up could benefit from one new addition.
The HTC One Max starred in a ton of unconfirmed reports, leaks and so on back in July and early August, but about ten days ago it oddly dropped off our radar. Fret not though, as the long lost brother of the highly acclaimed HTC One is now back with a vengeance.
A leaked pre-release Android 4.3 firmware for the HTC One suggests that the Taiwanese manufacturer might finally be getting serious about delivering quicker software updates.
Remember how “industry sources” close to Digitimes claimed just last week that HTC was looking to “drift away” from Windows Phone 8 and focus solely on Android? Guess what, we have every reason to believe that rumor is complete bull.
Beats Electronics LLC is looking to part ways with longtime backer HTC, though the Doctor’s company is having trouble finding a financier to replace it.
Although everybody loves a good old-fashioned spill of information preceding a glamorous smartphone unveiling, you have to admit it’s become a little annoying to know every single detail beforehand. It just spoils all the fun and excitement, don’t you think?
The HTC One Developer Edition, the SIM-free and bootloader unlocked HTC One sold in the U.S., will be skipping Android 4.2 and going straight to 4.3, according to the company’s Global Sales President Jason Mackenzie.
No matter if you like Windows Phone or not, if you’re rooting for it to grow and become solid competition for Android or you reckon the smartphone market will thrive on a Google – Apple duopoly, you can’t deny Microsoft’s platform is almost exclusively Nokia’s territory at the moment.
HTC’s chief marketing officer Ben Ho has confirmed that the HTC One Max, or “a variant of HTC’s flagship One series,” will be launching sometime in the fourth quarter of 2013, along with two or three mid-tier Desire handsets.