We have been consistently hearing rumors and seeing leaks about the HTC One Max for a couple of months now. The company is yet to announce the device, given the sheer frequency of leaks, it is only a matter of when HTC will make the announcement, and no longer a matter of if it will ever launch the device. A recent rumor suggests that HTC might unveil the device at the event it has scheduled next week, and this seems quite plausible. Up till now we’ve only ever seen blurry and grainy pictures of the phablet, a number of high resolution pictures of the HTC One Max have now made their way online.
These pictures reiterate what we have been hearing for a long time, the HTC One Max will have a fingerprint sensor on the back. It was rumored recently that perhaps the fingerprint sensor will allow users to launch specific apps as well by just touching their finger on it. The pictures also reveal that there’s no Beats logo on the back, makes sense since HTC has unloaded its stake in the company. Last but not the least, we see that the power button has been shifted to the right side along with the volume controls. Details on pricing and availability are scarce right now, hopefully HTC will elaborate more at its event when it finally announces the One Max. [Images via Xuite]
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