By Alexandra Burlacu | Jun 06, 2013 02:22 PM EDT
The rumored HTC T6 leaked again with some detailed specs and features and will apparently sport the name HTC One Max.
After making headlines with the HTC One Google Edition, which will boast a pure vanilla Android experience, rumor mills churned about a purported HTC One Mini. And now, new leaks focus on the HTC One Max, which was previously known as the HTC T6.
Truth be told, the HTC One is one stylish, sexy smartphone and it's no doubt that more versions of the handset surface in various sizes. According to new report from DigiTimes, the HTC One Max will likely make its debut in the third quarter of this year. The HTC One Max is expected to boast a 5.9-inch Full HD display with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels, as well as a powerful quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3GHz and 2GB of RAM under the hood.
Other rumored specs of the purported HTC One Max include HTC's famous Ultrapixel camera found on the HTC One, as well as HTC BoomSound speakers. The "phablet" is also rumored to launch with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, which would likely make it one of the first devices to rock the yet-to-be-announced Android OS.
The HTC One Max has not appeared in any leaked photos yet, but is expected to sport a similar design to the original HTC One, including the classy aluminum unibody. In other words, the "phablet" version may look just like the regular smartphone, just a bit bigger.
More rumors and speculation about the HTC One Max are likely to surface soon, including full specifications and some actual photos to get a glimpse of the purported device. On the other hand, if its design is too similar to the original HTC One, it may be too tricky to tell whether you're looking at a different device or not. The recently leaked HTC One Mini, for instance, looks just like its big brother and virtually the only way to spot a difference was to look at the picture with both handsets side by side. Even so, making something appear larger or just slightly different in a photo isn't that hard, so there's no way to tell for sure if it's the real deal or not. Nothing is official for now, so take things with a grain of salt.
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