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HTC One Max snapped alongside Samsung Galaxy Note 3

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The HTC One Max has been caught on camera yet again, with the mooted HTC One spin-off snapped alongside its leading rival.

Widely expected to add a third prong to the HTC One branded attack alongside the flagship model and the HTC One Mini, the HTC One Max has been the subject of much rumour and speculation in recent weeks. Now, newly leaked HTC One Max pictures have shown the phone alongside the recently unveiled Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

Tipped to be HTC’s first ‘phablet’ offering, the HTC One Max will reportedly line up with a 5.9-inch screen in tow. Although this is currently unconfirmed, pictured alongside the 5.7-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 3, the leaked One Max certainly looks a shade bigger.

As well as being pictured alongside the Galaxy Note 3, the HTC One Max has also been snapped from a selection of angles, again hinting that the phone could feature an integrated fingerprint scanner on the rear. A feature that is shaping up to be a new trend of the smartphone scene, the iPhone 5S was last week announced with a Touch ID fingerprint sensor hidden within the home button.

HTC One Rumours
Although not shown in the latest HTC One Max pictures leak, recent HTC One Max rumours have claimed that the phone’s 5.9-inch display will line up alongside a premium array of innards.

While the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU found on the Note 3 and LG G2 has reportedly been deemed too costly for the One Max, a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor has been tipped for inclusion alongside 2GB of RAM.

Rumoured to run an updated Sense 5.5 UI atop Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, the HTC One Max features list has been said to further benefit from HTC’s 4-UltraPixel camera alongside a secondary, 2.1-megapixel snapper,  NFC connectivity and a 3300mAh Lithium-Ion battery.

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Via: Slashgear

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