HTC One Max rumored to launch in early September to compete with Samsung Galaxy Note 3

HTC is said to be working on HTC One Max phablet with a massive 6inch display to compete with the upcoming smartphone in the Samsung Galaxy Note series. According to a report at the Mobile Geeks, the Taiwanese Manufacturer is working on the larger version of the latest flagship and it will arrive in the early September this year. The site also claims that the highly anticipated HTC One Mini is arriving in the market in late July, which was earlier rumored to arrive in August 2013.

HTC One Max If the early September release for the HTC One Max phablet is true then the phone is arriving at the perfect time to take on the third addition in the Samsung Galaxy Note Series. Samsung is also expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 phablet in early September this year. According to the reports, Max is going to feature a 6inch Super LCD 3 display with the resolution of 1080pixels. It is expected to arrive with a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 quad core processor along with 2GB of RAM memory. It might come in 32GB and 64GB, two different memory models. HTC is also expected to power the phablet with a 3200 or 3300mAh massive battery. Samsung is already having competition in the market from rival brands like Sony and LG with the Galaxy Note series. And, now if these reports are true then HTC is also joining the club with these manufacturers to take on large screen devices from Samsung. Source

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