The fingerprint scanner HTC One Max phablet launched

HTC has come up with HTC One Max – the phablet with the fingerprint scanner. The launch of the device has come following a range of rumors and leaks. However, the launch has put to rest all the speculations.

The HTC One Max, which is an expanded version of the HTC One, comes with a 5.9-inch 1080p display. The phablet is built with 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor. The device has two variants, namely the 16GB and the 32GB variant.

Image: IBNLive
Image: IBNLive

There is space for MicroSD card. So, the memory can be increased up to 64GB quite easily. The phablet runs Android with HTC Sense and comes bundled with 2GB of RAM. A 3300mAh battery supports the phone.

The HTC One Max has two cameras. There is 4MP UltraPixel camera to the rear and 2.1MP front camera.

The new HTC device also stands for fingerprint scanning function. This feature is stationed at the back of the gadget. The feature allows the users locking or unlocking of the screen. Moreover, the user can launch at least three apps by assigning a separate finger for each app.

The latest offering from HTC comes with micro SIM slot. There is HTC Power Flip Case is a battery expansion of 1150mAh. It of course, offers not only added protection, but also extra backup.

The phablet is currently available in glacial silver. As far as the design goes, it is the same as that of the other HTC One devices. The phone is expected to start rolling by the end of October worldwide.

The HTC One Max key specifications at a glance:

Display: 5.9-inch 1080p display

Processor: 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor

Camera (Rear): 4MP UltraPixel camera

Camera (Front): 2.1MP

Storage: 16GB and 32GB (expandable up to 64GB with MicroSD card)


Battery: 3000mAh

Colors: glacial silver

To roll out: From mid to end October

Price: No word on the price yet

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