After lots of rumor HTC has finally cleared the air, announce HTC One Max before lunching it officially on 16th October on Hong Kong. The device is much likely to be available from the end of October.
The device is made up off clad aluminum having dimension 164.5×82.5×10.29 mm and weighs about 217g. It runs on Snapdragon 600 chipset along with a 1.7GHz quad-core Krait 300 processor. It also features the Adreno 320 GPU. The device is packed with a 2GB of RAM and it comes with two variant 16/32GB of internal storage and can be further expanded to 64GB.
It has embedded the fingerprint scanner at the back of the device. That allows you to lock or unlock the device with the finger as well as lunch up favorite application by assigning an individual finger to each. It’s the send device to integrate fingerprint scanner after Apple iPhone 5s.
It is coming Android v4.3 Jelly Bean OS along with HTC’s Sense 5.5 UI on the top. The device is giving you the pleasure of enjoying using 5.9” full HD LCD display. It has almost the same feature as that of HTC One except the fingerprint scan. It comes with a 4 Ultra pixel rear camera capable of recording 1080 p video at 30fps and a 2.1MP front facing camera capturing 720 p video at 60 fps with BoomSound first lunched in HTC Oness. Sadly on optical image stabilization.
It is powered by a 3300 mAh battery giving talk time up to 25hours and 3G stand by time 585 hours. However it is not user replaceable. It supports all the features for Wi-Fi connectivity. Including all other features like Bluetooth, NFC, DLNA.
HTC is planning to come up to the market with some additional accessories like a capacitive aluminum stylus, a Power Flip Case that brings an additional 1,200 mAh of battery.
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