Some fresh images of the upcoming HTC One Max and its 'fingerprint scanner' have surfaced. HTC's upcoming phablet has been touring the leaks circuit for a while now, but these are the clearest snaps yet.
The new pics have come from a user of Chinese social network Weibo and again show that shiny square below the camera that is rumoured to be a fingerprint scanner. They also show the phablet running in multitasking mode, making the most of its big 5.9in display.
Another Weibo account, this time tied to the China Mobile network, has published specs for the HTC One Max. These specs include a quad core processor running at 1.7GHz, with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage. It's worth noting, however, that there are often differences between Chinese and European specs. An earlier leak put it at 2.3GHz with 32/64GB storage.
In line with its little brother, the HTC One, inside its aluminium shell is expected an identical 4MP 'Ultrapixel' camera, the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS and the option of 4G LTE.
For the whole HTC One Max story so far, check out our HTC One Max preview
[Source: Android Authority]