According to a new report from Chinese Site MyDrivers, the HTC One Max 2014 will have a 5.5-inch 2K QHD display, 3GB of RAM 2.7GHz Snapdragon 805 processor, an 18-megapixel OIS rear camera, aluminum/ceramic body and Android with Sense 6.5 UI. It will be released in Q4, 2014. Bit of a downgrade from 5.9″, but considering the m8′s bezel I think it’s a good thing. I wish every phone had an amazing stylus like the Galaxy Notes.
Source：MyDrivers (Translate) Via: AndroidHeadlines
Hopefully this is a hint at what the HTC One M9 will be like. Give it a great camera with OIS…I picked up an M8 last month. Awesome phone. Love the speakers on the front. Love HTC unlock support.
The only thing I don’t like about it, and I do mean only, is the dual 4mp camera.
@upleaks: M8 + 13MP Duo Camera = M8_EYE :)
@LlabTooFeR: M8_EYE is M8 with 13MP Duo camera. It’s coming next month with Android 4.4.4 and Sense 6.0 on board. Die ultrapixels, die :)
HTC sure is capitalizing on the whole selfie craze. The new HTC RECamera is still an interesting shape/design. It doesn’t seem to be too “high-end” which is good, the cheapest GoPro cost $200, if HTC manages to get it at $100 or $150 I think it could be a good present for adventurers/explorers I think.
The Boost Mobile HTC Desire 510 looks like a perfect phone for Android One, $99 That is a sweet price. This will go great with their $55 plan with unlimited talk,text,and 10GB of data slowed after 10GB. And its 4G LTE or spark in some locations for some phones!
The HTC Nexus 8 tablet has just popped up on O2 UK site. Pretty excited about the size, but we’ll have to see what it’s priced at. Usually if it’s $459 over here, its £459 over in Europe. Still a bit pricey (although rumor is a Tegra K1 inside, so that would explain it).
The new Nexus 9 tablet by HTC is coming soon, Android L will look amazing on a tablet, and I can’t wait to see what HTC’s design team comes up with. I’m very curious about the price point. I’ve got a kid on the way, and I can budget $300, but $500 is too much for me. I hope the Nexus line is still making an effort toward affordability.