By Jaime Rivera | August 5, 2013 6:55 AM
For those of you who have a hard time deciding between the HTC One or the HTC One mini, things clearly won’t end there as HTC has been reportedly working on a phablet that many are already dubbing as the HTC One Max. Still, it was hard to confirm if this device, codenamed T9 would retain the famous design of the HTC One, but the speculation should end today.
A new leaked photo has surfaced, and apparently the company’s new phablet will include a 5.9-inch display. Among the other enhancements reported, the specs include a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor and a 3,200mAh battery. The display size is quite larger than the current Samsung Galaxy Note II, but given that both the Note III and this HTC One Max are rumored to launch at IFA in Berlin, anything is possible. Yes, some of us do debate if this photo is real or a fake, but that’s the nature of every single leak in the market.
Stay tuned as we’ll most likely continue seeing additional information on this device in the weeks ahead as IFA starts in exactly one month.