Verizon & AT&T Versions of the HTC One Max Shows Up in Press Render Leak

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  1. dgstorm

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    Although so far, only Sprint and Verizon have confirmed they will be carrying the HTC One Max, we have some leaked press shots of the AT&T (and Verizon) version. Above is the new AT&T version directly from @evleaks, and below is the VZW version from them as well.

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    It is likely the devices will be announced very soon for all three of these vendors, and their on contract pricing is expected to range between $200 and $300 depending on the carrier and the specific deals they offer. Sound off if you are excited to check out this enormous HTC One variant.

    Source: @evleaks: (1) & (2)
     
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    The title/headline is missing the "Max". :laugh:
     
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    I think the One is the best looking phone out there. However, the One Max is hideous. The design just doesn't scale well. Despite it's screen being only slightly larger the the note 3, this thing seems closer in size and weight to my Nexus 7 FHD than the Note. Couple that with it not having any real additional (S-pen) functionality and this thing is dead on arrival. IMO.
     
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    That and not keeping up with the Jones's (SD800 CPU). FailMax!
     
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    Thanks for the typo tip! Fixed!
     
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    HTC said one flagship per year, and keeping with that they didn't upgrade to a better chipset. That said, the phone seems to run relatively smoothy. It was other shortcomings that most of the reviewers didn't like.