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HTC One MAX gets compared to Galaxy Note II & III in leaked photo

HTC's upcoming One Max phablet is more massive and refined than Samsung's Galaxy Note II & III as seen in newly leaked photo (TPE:2498, KRX:005930)

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Sep 18, 2013 11:36 pm

HTC's upcoming phablet, the One Max, has leaked yet again in a new photo first spotted on Chinese social networking site Weibo. The photo shows the One Max sitting beside Samsung's Galaxy Note II and Galaxy Note III smartphones.

 

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The photo is interesting as it shows the HTC One Max actually being slightly larger than both devices as well as a little thicker. Unsurprisingly, the HTC One Max beats the competition by having the sleekest and most elegant looking case of the three devices. Measuring in with a screen size of 5.9 inches, the HTC One Max is a beast of a smartphone and actually justifies the "phablet" moniker it has received.

 

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The HTC One Max features a quad-core processor clocked in at 1.7GHz and its graphics are powered by an Adreno 320 GPU. 2GB of RAM is present and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean will be the OS of choice. Not much else is known about the device, but we are hearing rumors that it will ship with its own "S-pen" style stylus.

NEWS SOURCES
Bgr.com, Weibo.com

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