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HTC T6 sketch and specs hint at an HTC One Max

HTC T6 sketch and specs hint at an HTC One Max

The HTC One may be HTC’s flagship device for 2013, but that doesn’t mean we won’t be treated larger devices with better specs. The rumored HTC T6 is coming more into focus with a newly leaked  sketch and a handful of new details. If the sketch does turn out to be really, the HTC T6 will align with the design language of the HTC One and One Mini. According to the image, the HTC T6 will be 140.4mm tall and 9.4mm thick – surprisingly small considering that the phone is rumored to feature a 1080p 5.9-inch. To put the HTC T6′s size into perspective, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with its 5.5-inch display is 151.1mm tall.

The HTC T6 is expected to feature a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 3,300mAh battery, BoomSound speakers, an UltraPixel camera and will run on Android 4.3 or 5.0 at launch. There are conflicting rumors regarding pen input on the HTC T6. There are reports which claim the device will not come with pen support while other give details regarding advanced pen functionality. HTC was the first to bring active pen functionality to Android with the HTC Flyer, so we’re sure HTC is working hard on new functionality which will give the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 a run for its money.

If the HTC M4 hits the market as the HTC One min, the T6 would make a perfect HTC One Max. That still leaves room for an HTC One Tab if HTC decides to get back into the Android tablet game.

Source: MobileLeaks

About Nick Gray

Tech enthusiast, Android user and founder of the first HTC blog – Nick Gray has been blogging about HTC phones before most people knew what a smartphone even was. Over the years Nick has owned and tested dozens HTC devices and is constantly flashing new ROMs to his Android phones.

  • Naga

    I am not sure what the Nexus 10 has done for the Android Tab business; but it has been a sore and lacking one.. thats for sure. Its empty without HTC; they need to re-pioneer the game.

  • Gringo

    The dimensions are super for a screen that size. It makes me wonder though, if the render is fake. The thing pesting me the most is how bloody unsymmetrical it is. The bigger bottom speaker bar + the capacitive keys pull the phone down and it just looks ugly. I for one hope the device will be centered symmetrically and that it will use on screen software keys instead of capacitive. With the screen that big one can afford to use some of the screen for the buttons. i do hope it as an integrated stylus, pogo pins for docking, micro SD slot (16GB is just too little) and side button for camera or unlocking. It’s way too big to unlock it at the top.

  • Kirk Winterrowd

    I sure hope this turns out to be true. I have a One X right now and had ordered am unlocked One directly from HTC but I really want a larger screen. I was waiting for the Note 3 but prefer Sense to TouchWiz and HTC’s build over Samsung. Looking forward to more concrete eveidence.