HTC One Max has yet to be officially announced, however it doesn't look like that is going to stop the details from leaking. We have seen plenty of leaks over the weeks and months, with some of the more recent showing the handset side-by-side with the Galaxy Note 3. As of today though, it looks like the One Max has been rooted and there is also some detail in terms of the camera features.
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HTC One Max has leaked several times over the past few weeks, and at this point it's no secret that HTC has a massive device coming soon to compete with Samsung and others. The specs and 5.9-inch screen have all but been confirmed at this point, and today's leak is giving us a better idea of what to expect in a size comparison sitting next to the Galaxy Note II and the new Note 3.
HTC One finally was released last month. And now for those who waited, an excellent deal has just appeared worth mentioning. The folks from Best Buy are offering up Verizon's HTC One for only $49, and that includes the brand new exclusive Metallic Blue color option as well.
HTC have seen some better days. And we hope they see them again. This weekend we learned some rather terrible news as the struggling smartphone manufacturer who has continued to decline as of late just let go of roughly 20% of the staff in the US. Despite a successful and popular HTC One smartphone launch, things aren't rebounding as well as planned.
HTC One Max. We have seen details touching on the specs and even some suggesting the handset would debut with Android 4.3 and Sense 5.5. But perhaps the most interesting One Max rumors at the moment are the ones dealing with the supposed fingerprint scanner.
Moto X, to the iPhone 5c announced earlier this week with multiple color options. However, now that Apple unveiled their new Gold iPhone 5S, we're starting to see pictures emerge of an HTC One sporting a similar color.
HTC One, which is now receiving a small update previously available on Nexus devices only.
Apple announced two brand new smartphones today. Those being the iPhone 5S with a new processor technology, better camera, and a fingerprint scanner. They also detailed their new iPhone 5C (cheap, color, consumer) smartphone with lower specs, tons of color options, and a wallet-friendly $99 price tag. It might sound like a good deal, but lets compare it to the HTC One and other Android phones.
HTC seems to be content on focusing its resources on its HTC One smartphone, as this new insider information reveals. According to the source, the company will be rolling out an update that will bring Android 4.3 and the latest Sense 5 UI to its current flagship.