Last week some initial reports and rumors surfaced claiming to have the full specs and details on an upcoming HTC smartphone codenamed the HTC T6. Previously thought to be a device over 5-inches to replace the HTC Butterfly and DROID DNA, we're now lead to believe this will be called the HTC One Max, and look exactly like the original HTC One.
Today a blueprint or final visual draft has leaked of the HTC T6, and it's officially being called the HTC One Max. Along with the leak we have a confirmation that the display will indeed be 5.9-inches in size, and be a 1080p full HD display. Interestingly enough the leak gives us a full breakdown on the device, but it doesn't appear to be much longer than the original 4.7-inch HTC One, which leaves us a bit confused.
Along with a 5.9-inch HD display, Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 800 series 2.3 GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM, the leak also states it will rock an UltraPixel camera, 16GB of storage, and have a large 3,300 mAh battery on board. Oddly we also see 140.4mm in length and 9.4mm thick. The original 4.7-inch HTC One was 137mm. So this doesn't appear to be much longer.
According to Mobileaks it's possible the new HTC One Maxx will be slightly longer, and slightly wider, which will make up for the 5.9-inch screen size. Then as the blueprint shows HTC will be bringing an extremely thin bezel to the device, so it won't take up as much space as previous handsets yet still fit that massive 5.9-inch HD display inside.
The details just continue to pile up on this new smartphone coming from HTC, but we'll have to see it in the wild before we truly believe all these recent leaks. The report states it will be unveiled at IFA 2013 in Berlin in late August. We'll be there live of course, so stick around for more details.