HTC One Max sighted alongside the Galaxy Note 3 this time

Since the HTC One Max has been getting leaked over the web again and again just near it’s release date, HTC One Max’s new leaked images have surfaced over the web today once again through a Chinese source. This time the phablet is caught lying besides it’s main rival the Galaxy Note 3.  HTC has decided to bring something new this time and give a tough time to Samsung’s Note series but unfortunately before One Max’s release HTC has already lost the battle in so many areas against Galaxy Note 3 including the dimensions and S-Pen features.

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Since the phablet market is hot now a days, the competition will be really exciting where Samsung, Sony and HTC will be having a battle between their new flagships.The bigger version of the world’s most beautiful smartphone HTC One, HTC One Max will be costly as well because of it’s sleek, slim and Aluminium body, this is the area where the phablet will likely be outnumbered by Samsung Galaxy Note 3 as Samsung has brought the Galaxy Note 3 meeting the requirements of users making use of the best possible things in a best price package as well. HTC is set to pull the curtains off from the One Max in Q4, 2013.HTC-One-Max-vs-Galaxy-Note-3 (2)

HTC One Max has been in the rumors spotlight at the moment because of it’s fingerprint scanner at the back just below the camera lens and the flash light. If this is going to be real, HTC One Max will be the only phone to stand against Apple’s all new iPhone 5S.

HTC One Max’s rumored specs are suggesting the phone to have a 5.9-inch Full HD display, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Chipset clocked at 2.3 GHz, a 2GB RAM, 32GB/64GB internal store but no external sd. The phone is also expected to have a 3500 mAh battery.

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