Purported HTC One Max image shows how big the phone is compared to 4-inch devices

by: Chris SmithAugust 6, 2013

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The HTC One Max is HTC’s rumored extra-large smartphone, and while the device is yet to become official, it keeps showing up in leaked images, presumably ahead of an imminent launch.

After seeing the handset in a rather good-quality image yesterday, it’s now time to look at a second picture posted by the same source – Taiwan-based site ePrice – which compares the HTC One Max with the 4-inch Motorola XT882.

As you can see in the following image, with its rumored 5.9-inch display, the HTC One Max is significantly bigger, but also slimmer, than the Motorola handset.

In addition to its dimensions, we also notice that the handset may have a plastic trim like the HTC One Mini’s instead of metal, as in the HTC One. Just like on the HTC One, the USB port is present on the bottom side of the device to the right, while the SIM tray can be seen on the left side, towards the top.

HTC One Max

Yesterday we have also shown you a Nexus 7 vs Sony Xperia Z Ultra size comparison, which makes the latter look like a budget tablet with its 6.44-inch display – however, the Xperia Z Ultra is a high-end large handset that’s significantly more expensive than the Nexus 7.

In addition to the HTC One Max and the Xperia Z Ultra, we’ll also have the Galaxy Note 3 in stores later this year, with a screen rumored to measure 5.7-inch.

  • Dt Bell

    And what pocket does this go in?

    • EvenInTheDarkestHour

      Is that an HTC One Max in your pocket, or (rip)….never mind, it’s a Max.

      • slut

        Should be
        “Is that an HTC One Max in your Pants”

        …or are you just happy to see me

        • EvenInTheDarkestHour

          Well…it would have been, except it was a play on the old standard, making a statement as to the HTC One Max’s gargantuan stature, hence the ripping of the pants/pants pocket. Sorry if I was less than clear…will try to do better next time. ;-)

    • Jason Yuen

      It goes on your bandolier.

    • Amine Elouakil

      any pocket that uses a note II or G pro I suppose, the thing is if they sell this with the HTC Mini it would be a killer you won’t even need to pull it out if you need to do basic stuffs

  • Lee

    Plastic trim to lower down the production cost ? Or speed up the production demand or both?

    • Amine Elouakil

      Both, because the chanfre render the process machinning process more complexe and the root of fabrication longer and not to mention it must be a night mare in terms of quality and quality control, doing it that way makes the phone faster and cheaper to produce all in the same time, HTC needs this because the don’t a signifant marging on the One due to the high cost of it production

  • Amine Elouakil

    didi anyone notice the position of the charging cord hmm interessting