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HTC supersizes the HTC One

HTC may be in a bit of a financial mess right now, but the company is still looking to milk its "One" design language with another variant. We've already seen HTC downsize the original with the One Mini, and now the company is looking to go in the other direction with the One Max.
 
The new One Max will reportedly feature a 5.9" display while retaining the same 1080p resolution as the original HTC One. The device is supposed to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with a blazing clock speed of 2.3GHz. Not much else about the smartphone is known at this time, but it is expected to have a 3,300 mAh battery to power its high-end internals.
 
The HTC One Max is currently pegged for an official reveal next month at IFA 2013.

Sources: SlashGear, ePrice





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