HTC One Max (T6) press image posted online, it’s “non-final”

by: Chris SmithAugust 11, 2013

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The purported press render of the upcoming HTC One Max (T6) extra-large smartphone has been published by a well-known leakster.

We’re talking about @evleaks, whose image leaks are more often than not accurate, and posted the image below on his Google+ account.

According to his short description, we’re looking at the “HTC T6, non-final artwork.” The T6 is the codename used of HTC’s upcoming Xperia Z Ultra and Galaxy Note 3 competitor, which is expected to be included in the One family as the HTC One Max.

HTC One Max

In previous days we saw a variety of HTC One Max pictures, so we’re not surprised to find “non-final” press renders for the handset hit the web. As expected, the HTC One Max is expected to be a bigger version of the HTC One flagship, which is what the non-final image also seem to suggest.

While the Xperia Z Ultra has already been announced, and the Galaxy Note 3 is expected to be unveiled on September 4, we still don’t have an event date for the HTC One Max announcement.

  • Nick Dion

    Its going to be like 10 inches long because of the Top and Bottom…. Never realised how big it was until we saw the Moto X. Just makes me mad..

    • Ray Rayane

      I hope you know the future of smart phones are pretty much phablets like the note 1 and 2 :/

  • brendan soliwoda

    Wasn’t this thing supposed to have a stylus built in?

  • Gilles LeBlanc

    Its a crippled unicorn. No SD card slot 16GB model for North America.

    • AussieGreek

      Why don’t you SD card junkies just go and by something with an SD card????

    • TareX

      I’d rather have 64 GB storage than deal with a microSD card.

      • Jillxz

        And I had too. Just give me plenty of on board storage and I am happy. But I never will buy just a 16 gb , even if it has an hd card slot.

  • quadbravo80

    Verizon will get it 7 months after everyone else.

    • End in sight

      As usual.

  • William Gauke

    Wow looks exactly the same as every other one x.

  • jamesinkorea

    It needs an SD card slot and a proper battery or it will fail.

  • Topcat488

    I really think that OEM’s and developers need to get together… 16GB phones should become obsolete with most of the best Apps/games being well over 1GB these days… Along with this no room for video, music, and other goodies… 32GB and 64GB with sd card slot will be normal in 2yrs. i predict.