HTC T6 gets a new name, line art rendering

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Evidence sure seems to point to HTC working on something called the T6, and if we’re to believe the rumors, this guy could be a 5.9-inch Android phablet. We’ve heard it attached to some pretty impressive specs, like a Snapdragon 800 SoC, 1080p display, and an optically-stabilized UltraPixel camera. Today we learn what might be the name by which the T6 arrives, and get a look at how the handset could appear.

Supposedly, HTC could launch the T6 as its One Max – we know, there are some serious shades of Motorola there, but at least it seems to be sticking with a single “x.” It may not be the most original name in the world but we can see how it makes sense, especially if we get a One Mini, as also seems likely.

As for that rendering up above – well, we’re not at all sure it’s legit, from HTC. The site supplying it calls it “not a real picture” and one of “the first sketches of the HTC One Max,” but doesn’t clarify just who’s supposed to have made the “sketch.” Really, anyone could have just taken the HTC One and scaled it for the 5.9-inch screen size. Regardless of its provenance, it’s still likely a good general look at how the One Max will arrive, so we’ll take what we can get for now.

Source: MobiLeaks.nl
Via: Unwired View

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