@Evleaks: HTC T6 is the HTC One Max

We've heard a lot about the HTC One Max, and that it's codenamed the T6. Today, @Evleaks confirmed that the T6 is indeed the HTC One Max. HTC has been teasing "big things ahead" which we all thought was hints about the HTC One Max. We aren't sure when HTC is planning on announcing their Phablet device, but we had heard rumors that they'd announce it at IFA last week, which didn't happen.

Earlier today we saw a leaked picture of a large HTC One, that we assume is a tablet. But it could be the HTC One Max, that would be if it's 6-inches or bigger. Some of the rumors we've heard in terms of specs for this device include a 5.9-inch 1080p Super LCD display along with a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor. It'll also have 2GB of RAM along with 16GB of internal storage. With front-facing speakers, an UltraPixel Camera and a 3300mAh battery. It's surprising to see 16GB as the internal storage since the HTC One was only in 32GB and 64GB versions. So maybe we might see a microSD card slot? Who knows at this point.

The HTC One is a great looking device, but maybe they are using that design too much? Well I don't think so. Look at how many Samsung devices have the same design language. A ton more than HTC's One, One Mini and One Max. Even if there really is a tablet. Hopefully we'll learn more about the HTC One Max soon along with a release date and available on all carriers. Unlike making it an AT&T exclusive like the One Mini.

If these rumored specs are true, it'll look like HTC finally got the battery thing straightened out. Since the Galaxy Note 2 is a 5.5-inch display with a 3100mAh battery and great battery life. So maybe the 3300mAh battery on the One Max will be good enough for us all.

How many of you would buy the HTC One Max? Let us know in the comments below.

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