People who want to be on Verizon wireless and buy an HTC One max can now breathe a sigh of relief, as there has been a new image leak of the large mobile/phablet sporting Verizon colors and being branded with the logo on the bottom of the front panel. Whilst the logo does look different when compared to a typical Verizon logo, it is easily recognized as them with the big tick.
Earlier reports were worried about how far the Max phablet would go because of the recent failures of the Mini version. After being released to AT&T, it quickly became a device to forget and subsequently many other carriers did just that.
As it stands today, there seems to be more of a market for all things big which may lead to being more successful when thinking about the Max. Only time will eventually tell how it will do, though.
The Max also has the fingerprint sensor, which was the big feature to be released the other week by Apple. The iPhone didn’t really offer consumers much else in the way of features and yet its sales have boomed through the roof. All-in-all there is certainly reason for optimism when thinking about how this device might fare in the market.
In case you forgot, you should know that the One max has a 5.9-inch display, 1080 x 1920 pixels screen resolution, 373 ppi pixel density, S-LCD 3 screen technology and the standard light and proximity sensors.
Furthermore, the camera boasts 4 megapixels on the rear and a great 2.1 megapixels on the front-facing shooter. That doesn’t sound like a lot, but compared to other handsets it is a top quality ‘selfie’ camera on the front side. In addition the camera carries all the bells and whistles including Autofocus, Back-illuminated sensor, White balance presets, Digital image stabilization, Geo tagging, High Dynamic Range mode, Panorama, Digital zoom and more.
The hardware comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 APQ8064T system chip, Quad core, 1700 MHz, Krait 300 processor, 2048 MB RAM system memory, 32 GB internal storage and another 64 GB up for grabs by using one of the MicroSD, MicroSDHC or MicroSDXC options.
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