We’ve seen the HTC One Max before, as it has been the subject of several leaks over the past few months, and now, as the announcement gets ever closer, a sheet said to show all the phone’s features has been posted by French tech site Nowhereelse. Perhaps the most interesting part is the potential for the very latest version of Android to be installed, along with a new version of HTC’s own user interface.
Android 4.3 should be accompanied by HTC Sense 5.5, an upgrade over the standard software installed on the HTC One and One Mini. Going through the spec, there is another surprise, and that’s the lack of 4G LTE connectivity, a surprise on a modern, high-end smartphone. It could change prior to release though, and may be region dependent.
Other specifications seem to confirm what we already knew. The screen should measure a massive 5.9-inches and have a 1080p resolution, while the processor is listed as a quad-core, 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro, and not a new Snapdragon 800. It’s to be joined by 2GB of RAM and a choice of 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of internal memory.
Other features listed include a microSD card slot, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, and various ports for cables such as a micro-USB and a mini HDMI. There’s no mention of a fingerprint scanner though, but this has been linked with the device for a while.