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HTC One tablet spotted, not HTC One Max

An image of an HTC tablet has leaked online, revealing a slate that bears the same aluminium design as the HTC One flagship.

It seems that HTC is milking the critically acclaimed HTC One design for all its worth, seeing as it is using it for all its devices at the moment. The Taiwanese manufacturer has already released the HTC One mini with the same design, and a supersized HTC One Max is also reportedly on the cards.

Now, a HTC tablet with the same metallic design has popped up proudly brandishing the forward facing speakers of its smartphone sibling.

With a screen size somewhere between the 8 – 10-inches range, the HTC slate does look like someone has stretched out the HTC One for comic effect. However, seeing as the company hasn’t announced any tablet plans as yet, it may well be a fake.

If the HTC One tablet is real though, there’s very little official or unofficial details surrounding it.

HTC One Max Rumours

The HTC One Max rumours on the other hand have been doing the round online for quite some time now.

It’s suggested that the enlarged HTC One will have a 5.9-inch Full HD display powered by a 3,200mAh battery.

Potentially a direct rival to the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Note 3, the HTC One Max is tipped to have a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB of RAM.

It will undoubtedly have the new features introduced with the latest HTC Sense UI like BlinkFeed and Zoe.

A launch is expected sometime this month at an event which could see the HTC One tablet emerge alongside it.

What with the Apple event later today and IFA 2013 not yet a distant memory, it’s certainly a busy month for tech.

Next, read our pick of the best tablets of 2013.

HTC One tablet leak

Via: Ubergizmo

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