There have been plenty of image and spec leaks for the HTC One Max up until this point, however it seems as if we are now getting to see some slightly more official images. We should clarify that these images haven't come by way of HTC though. Instead they have arrived by way of the Chinese Tenaa, which is basically the same as the FCC from the US. That said, this time around we are seeing the front and back as well as the left and right sides of the handset.
And as we had been seeing -- the fingerprint scanner is still being shown. This Tenaa filing shows approval for two models -- the 8060 and 809d with the differences being carrier support. The 809d has support for China Telecom which requires the use of CDMA. Perhaps slightly more important here, both of these models have dual-SIM support.
These models are also expected to be a bit different from what will arrive outside of China. For example, both of these handsets have a removable back panel which will provide access to those SIM card slots. Despite the back panel being removable, the One Max will not have a removable battery. As US model of the One Max would be expected to arrive with a non-removable back panel and a SIM card slot on the side of the handset.
Otherwise, this filing also points towards the following in terms of specs; 5.9-inch 1080p display, quad-core 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, microSD card slot, 3300 mAh battery, 2.1 megapixel front-facing camera and a 4 megapixel UltraPixel camera on the backside.
All that said, these images from Tenaa do seem to match up with what we have been seeing in the leaks and at this point in time the rumors are still pointing towards an October announcement.