It’s not news anymore that HTC is expected to launch two additional handsets part of the One line, a smaller HTC One Mini smartphone to take on all the mid-range minis from the competition, and a HTC One Max flagship device to compete against supersized smartphones, but the devices have been sighted in reportedly leaked carrier documents, but also pictured (at least the One Mini).
The HTC One Max – also known as the HTC T6 – has apparently been spotted in internal O2 Germany documentation alongside other upcoming handsets, including the HTC One Mini, the Nokia Eros and the Nokia Mars (the last two devices are most likely running Windows Phone).
The image above shows that the One Max would be available in silver, although actual details about the handset are not available at this time.
Existing rumors suggest the phone will pack a 5.9-inch Full HD display, 2.3GHz quad core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, Ultrapixel camera, 3300mAh batter and Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. We’ll note that Android 5.0 is yet to be confirmed as Key Lime Pie, even though that’s what most reports expect it to be called.
More information about the handset has apparently leaked suggesting that the T6 will be available in multiple versions when it comes to cellular capabilities. Depending on markets, the handset will pack support for LTE-Advanced, WCDMA/GSM, TD-SCDMA, CDMA, FDD-LTE and will come in a dual-SIM version as well.
Naturally, these are still rumors at this point, so we’ll look forward for HTC to confirm them.
While images of the HTC One Max are not available at this time, a new picture reportedly showing the black HTC One Mini has been leaked.
Bulgarian site SmartNews had access to the handset, and it’s apparently able to confirm some of the specs of the device including a 4.3-inch display with 342ppi, dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and Android 4.2.2.
This isn’t the first time the HTC One Mini is reportedly spotted in the wild, however we’re yet to see it in stores. The phone is said to arrive at the end of the third quarter.
While the images in the gallery above show the handset in black, the leaked O2 document we mentioned before lists the handset as coming in both silver and black, just like its bigger brother.
That said, we’ll still have to wait for HTC to make everything official.
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Enough with the restrictive storage already!! 16GB (with probably no SD) is just not enough. Better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it. I download tons of podcasts to listen to and watch which eats up storage fast. That’s my use-case……YMMV.