An image of the much-awaited HTC One Max smartphone along with its specifications and features have been recently released. According to the leaked details, the device is expected to arrive with a fingerprint scanner, placed on the back panel of the handset.
It has been noted that the invitations are alreayy out for a press event which is said to take place on 15-18 October.
The text displayed along with the image confirms some specifications of the handset. The specifications include:
- 5.9-inch full HD display
- 1.7GHz quad-core processor
- Ultra pixel camera included, which was seen in HTC One at first
- 3300mAh battery capacity
- 16GB internal memory
Some of the other specifications expected in the handset are:
- 32/64GB in-built memory variants with no external card support
- 4-megapixel Ultra pixel camera and 2.1-megapixel front camera
- Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS with Adreno 320 to handle the graphics, according to GSM Arena.
Some of the other proposed specifications of the device include 2GB RAM and the slightly outdated Snapdragon 600 quad-core 1.7GHz processor. It has been also speculated that HTC One Max might come with the HTC 5.5 Sense UI, according to Gsmpedia.
Recent reports suggest that the fingerprint scanner of HTC One offers several other functions like application shortcuts which work according to particular fingers and a trackpad to move the cursor on the screen, as speculated by Phandroid.
Meanwhile, it has been noted that after Sprint and AT&T mobile networks, HTC One users with T-mobile network connection will get the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS update. The updates, apart from standard Android update, are said to include:
- Sense 5.0 latest version
- Launch bar enhancements
- New BlinkFeed features
- Widget lock screen style
- Home button response modification
- Battery level display in the notification bar
- Six new video highlight themes with custom music options
- Improved Zoe file management
Jason Mackenzie, head of HTC America has confirmed that the update rollout will start next week, reported Android and me.