There have been a lot of rumors recently about the HTC One Max, the company’s first phablet. It is essentially going to be an enlarged HTC One, with a massive 5.9 inch display. Only yesterday we saw a leaked picture of this device. Back when we were hearing HTC One Mini rumors, an infographic was posted on the company’s official blog which hinted at an imminent release of the device. HTC has now posted a six second teaser clip on Vine, which might be a subtle indication towards the possible launch of HTC One Max.

Simply captioned “Big things ahead. #HTChange,” the clip is a bit unorthodox, with a man stepping off a helicopter and slapping a man’s hand. The hint lies in the caption itself, if anything, a 5.9 inch display can definitely be called big. Still, we must wait for the actual invites to be rolled out before we can be absolutely certain that HTC is on the verge of unveiling the One Max. Recent rumors suggest that the launch might take place at the IFA conference in Berlin, where Samsung has already scheduled an event for its Galaxy Note 3 phablet.

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