It's finally happening. The launch of the long rumored HTC One Max, which happens to be the Taiwanese firm's first Android phablet ever, is as close as ever. The One Max 809d, which happens to be the Chinese variant of the device (and this, supports dual-SIM configuration), was recently certified by TENAA. Courtesy of the same, we now have official images of the One Max phablet from four angles, out of which one shows off the behemoth 5.9-inch 1080p panel, while the other shows the fingerprint scanner lying right below the UltraPixel camera (of unknown megapixel count).
The Snapdragon 600 powered (Adreno 320) phablet will reportedly be launched in October and will cost about $800 contract-free which is pretty steep, when compared to the $750 price of the Galaxy Note 3). Well, you pay for metal.