Joining the league of phablets, HTC has now officially unveiled its large-screened phone called HTC One Max.
The bigger version of HTC One sports a 5.9 inch full HD LCD display, with a screen resolution of 1920X1080 pixels, reported Tech Radar.
HTC One Max is now the second gadget this year, after Apple's iPhone5S, which will carry a fingerprint sensor at the back of the handset, situated just below the camera module.
The design of HTC One Max is similar to HTC One Mini. It has a white band running around the corner of the device. Along with an infrared port on the top of the device, the power button is situated on the side of the handset.
HTC One Max will certainly pack 2GB of RAM along with a 16GB/32GB internal storage capacity and a microSD card slot that will be expandable up to 64GB. The device will be powered by a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 series quad-core processor. The phone measures 165 x 83 x 10.3mm and weighs in at 217g along with a battery of 3,300mAh.
The mobile operating system that will run on the handset is speculated to be the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and HTC's new Sense 5.5 overlay. The phablet is also rumored to sport an Ultrapixel camera with an Image 2 chipset and wide-lens sensor which will help in clicking better quality photographs under the low-light conditions. The handset will also carry a 2.1 megapixel front-facing camera for video calling.
There have been a number of leaks surrounding the flagship device. Recently, Chinese website Xuite revealed some snapshots of HTC One Max, showing the device before its launch.
The Taiwanese company has now completed the line-up of HTC One series, which include HTC One Mini, HTC One and now the flagship device, HTC One Max. The device is expected to hit the stores on 23 October.