By Anton D. Nagy | September 26, 2013 8:31 AM
The last time we’ve seen something HTC One Max-related was with the occasion of a couple of screenshots that confirmed HDR video recording in its camera application. At that time, the upcoming phablet was also rooted. Now, the phone is getting some more certifications and we’re seeing official renders pop up.
The images above and below are from TENAA, China’s Telecommunications Equipment Certification Center. Images appearing on the website have an excellent chance of becoming reality; just remember the recent sighting of the Sony Xperia Z1.
While there’s really nothing special, or against previous leaks and rumors, it is good to see the phone, with its fingerprint scanner, pop up in a more official manner. We expected HTC to unveil the One Max at IFA but, since that didn’t happen, we’re looking at the near future with home.