The HTC One max, a phablet-sized version of the company’s flagship handset, has been floating around online for a while now. We’ve seen plenty of photos of the rumored smartphone, and now a pair of new pictures have leaked on Chinese social network Sina Weibo, showing the working device’s front and rear panels.
In both blurry photos we see the HTC One max placed next to its 4.7-inch flagship brother. Facing up, the device appears to be functioning though it looks like the battery is running low. On the One max’s rear panel we see the rumored fingerprint reader, though it’s still unclear if that feature will make it into the final version.
Contrary to prior reports, HTC One max is powered by a Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 (4 x 1.7GHz).
— @evleaks (@evleaks) September 13, 2013
The HTC One max is expected to feature a massive 5.9-inch 1080p display, dual SIM support, BoomSound speakers and an Ultrapixel camera. According to a recent tweet from Evleaks—who recently revealed the phablet’s lowercase branding—the device will also sport a a powerful quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 processor instead of the rumoredSnapdragon 800 chip.