Aug 11 AT 5:08 PM Nick Sarafolean 20 Comments

HTC T6/One Max shows itself again in new photo


The HTC One has been rumored to have accomplices in the works and we recently met its younger sibling, the HTC One Mini. But a bigger brother has been rumored and today we get a good look at the T6/One Max in a leaked press photo. Coming courtesy of @evleaks‘ Google+ page, the picture shows the T6 looking remarkably like the One, just bigger. Now a quick note before we continue, @evleaks says that this isn’t final artwork of the device which means that it’s most likely a press photo in the making. But truthfully, we’re not expecting the design to vary much from what you can see in the photo.

As previously stated though, the T6/One Max looks nearly identical to its compatriot, the One. The only difference in design is that the T6 is larger and the HTC logo on the rear might be a slightly different color but that’s just nitpicking. As for specs, the T6 is rumored to feature Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3GHz, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage, a 3,300mAh battery, and a 5.9-inch 1080p display.

Does a One Max like this interest you?

Source: @evleaks

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  • mightynaf

    Does this HTC One Max mean that a new HTC One regular size will be out soon? My contract is up soon and I’d love to get a HTC One, but I’d hate to get it and then have an upgrade come out soon after. If this MAX features the new Snapdragon 800 processor will the next HTC?

    • Nate B.

      What are you talking about? This is to simply compete with the Note III. The One is the normal size phone. And they have the mini. What else would they make?

      • John in Brisbane

        He’s talking about the upgraded specs. As such, it’s a valid question.

    • CTown

      I doubt there is rush for HTC to make a 4.7 inch phone with a Snapdragon 800. One of the Snapdragon 800′s most important features is support for 4k displays; which a phone does not need. The Adreno 320 is still one of the best GPU’s around and is already compatible with Android 4.3′s new OpenGL ES 3.0 support. HTC really needs the HTC One to do well and making a new flagship device could seriously hurt the One brand.

    • Doooshty

      Get it on T-Mobile and you can upgrade to the new one in 6 months.

  • JQuest81

    I’ve been thinking about getting the Note 3,but I already have the S4,but now that my sis has the HTC One, I regret my purchase. Lol. This Max might make up for it :-)

  • SanzaBlancoAkA2C

    It interest me if I can get a Google Edition with all of the correct T-Mobile bands (HSPA+ & LTE). I’m looking to move to one device and I’ll gladly trade my 2013 Nexus 7 and Nexus 4 for a Google Edition HTC One Max.

    • Nate B.

      Highly doubt there would be a Google Edition. The point of these phones are supposed to by hybrid. I’m more curious to know what software this will have that differs it from the One. Like the Note had features that the Galaxy S line didn’t. They’ve become very close now and I’m curious to know how they’ll differ the lines now without having a phone that’s really no different besides processor. Stock Android wouldn’t benefit from having a phone this big. The software wouldn’t utilize it. This would be simply saturation and a fail in business. No sales.

  • redraider133

    I wonder if they will add some sort of functionality like the note has with s-pen, otherwise this is just a larger one and other than battery don’t see the draw of it. Wonder how large it is going to be especially with a screen that large.

  • Hector

    What is the point of make a high end device with only 16gb of storage.

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    • SGB101

      I had the one X 32gb, an for some reason the way HTC manages the international storage I ran out of space with in a few months then spent the next few constantly micro managing it. I moved to a 16gb note2 with a 16gb sd in and 12 months on (almost) I’ve not encountered the same issue!

      Anyway 16gb on a sealed device is a deal breaker.

  • donger

    Go HTC.

  • Note2> everythingelse

    Jquest81 you sound like you have no idea or business commenting in this post. I get it, you have money to throw at phones so you will just buy whatever is cool or hip to your friends. Little Douchenozzle

  • Note2> everythingelse

    As for this HTC Max crap edition what a f’n waste so glad I ditched HTC after the one X disaster. They are a lost cause. Sep 4th please hurry need Note 3 now. And no metal body please and thank you!!

  • Gotham Gothikserpent

    Was waiting for the note 3 but HTC won won me over. My next phone :-) I don’t need a stylus i have the note and I never use the s-pen

    • SGB101

      Same here, the note is to small (that isn’t said much) for the pen to be useful.

  • Mike

    Just hope that the One Max(T6,or whatever you wanna call it) comes to Sprint!! I currently have the Note 2, but have 7 years of only HTC before my Note 2. I’d love to see this come to ALL carriers, and it really needs to if it’s gonna have any chance of being a success!! It’s between this an the Note 3!! I’d love to add the Sony Z Ultra as a possibility, but I highly doubt it will ever grace the shelves at Sprint! That’s too bad, but I’m just glad more manufacturers are producing phones with large displays!!! Competition between Android OEM’s is DEFINITELY a good thing for all Android users!!!

  • josue85

    Man, it’ll be a coin flip between this and the Note 3. Because I’m very impatient, it will come down to which is available on verzion first.

  • stanglifemike

    4 months later now, and I’m typing this on my Note 3. The One Max lost all of my interest as soon as I heard it would only have the 600 instead of the 800! What was HTC thinking?!?! I’ve been an HTC fan/user since WinMo, but it’s almost as if they want to fail lately! Samsung has won me over for the time being, but I really want to see HTC step up their game. We NEED competition between ALL Android manufacturers, even from Apple too!! Apple isn’t advancing in phone technology simply because they have no other IOS manufacturer to compete with. The latest iPhones are always using components that were in Android phones a couple years ago. I don’t ever want to see Android follow Apple’s path of “innovation”, or lack thereof! I don’t think they ever will, just saying it’s good to have multiple manufacturers constantly working to better one another and pushing the limits of phones/tablets!