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Further specs of HTC One Max leaked

Kris Carlon
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I'll cut straight to the chase, the HTC One Max has had even more details leak about its internal specifications, this time from nowhereelse.fr editor Steve Hemmerstoffer, who somehow came across a spec sheet. His story changed a little later in the story, so there's nothing to say this is not all speculation or a fake, but most of the details match what we've already seen.

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Only a week to go until the rumors become fact. / © VR-Zone

Here's the specs as they most likely now stand:

System Android 4.3, HTC Sense 5.5, fingerprint sensor
Display 5.9 inch, 1,920 x 1,080 p
Processor Snapdragon S4 Pro, 1.5 GHz / 1.7 GHz (rumors of Snapdragon 800, 2.5 GHz)
Memory 2 GB
Internal storage 16 / 32 / 64 GB (microSD up to 32 GB)
Camera 5 MP Ultrapixel (rear-facing), 2 MP (front-facing)
Dimensions 164.5 x 82.5 x 10.29 mm
Battery 3,300 mAh
Price ~800 USD

The main differences are to the fact that the HTC One Max will apparently have an expandable microSD card slot and will come in 16/32/64 GB models. Hemmerstoffer originally posted the spec sheet on his Twitter account along with some question marks. A wise move considering the weight of the listed device was 130 grams (which is less than the HTC One), and the processor listed is the S4 Pro, not the Snapdragon 600 or 800 which had previously been put forward. There are reportedly a Chinese model and international model though, which could be the cause of the mismatching details. A little later Steve posted an article claiming confirmed specifications with a new weight of 217 grams although how the specs were confirmed he does not say.

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The original spec sheet posted by Steve Hemmerstoffer. / © nowhereelse.fr

I'll leave this very much up to you to contemplate, but even if not 100% true, it's certainly close to what we'll see announced next week.

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  • H.T Oct 10, 2013 Link

    It's fat

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  • noor kabara Oct 12, 2013 Link

    well, htc phones are a little bit fat when compared to similar phones models by competitors.This is a compensation for ruggedness, toughness etc

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  • noor kabara Oct 12, 2013 Link

    if the specs above are correct, then we gonna see a fierce competitor to the galaxy note 3.

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  • Bojan M. Oct 12, 2013 Link

    Note 3 will have a competitor once and only once some other phablet's pen hardware and software support comes close to the level of what Samsung did. Let alone its hardware is above any phablet or phone available.

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    Kris Carlon Oct 14, 2013 Link

    Yeah the Note 3 is a serious piece of hardware and there's so much stylus support and integration it's not funny. I'm not a phablet/stylus fan but even I had a ton of fun playing around with it. I think any phablet this size without stylus is going to have a hard time against the Note 3, because even if you're not a huge stylus fan and the price and specs are equivalent, why not get the Note 3 anyway and just not use the stylus? HTC need to value-add to swing buyers away from Samsung.

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