HTC One Max to go official on October 17?

HTC logoHTC One Max is a familiar name in Rumorland, the phablet making quite a few appearances in various forms before its official announcements. We know most of its specs and have a pretty good idea about its design, so the biggest mystery remaining was when will we be able to get it.

If the latest report from the Chinese website ePrice, quoted by Slashgear, is to be believed, HTC has already set the date for the unveiling of its latest flagship. The 5.9" One Max is said to debut on October 17, which is just over 2 weeks away now.

HTC One Max

We also got another confirmation about the pricing of the device. The HTC One Max will reportedly cost NTD 23,900, which translates to just over $800 SIM-free. That will make the phablet one of the most expensive devices on the market and not only in the Android world at that.

Of course, there's no way to confirm the validity of these rumors at this point so take it all with a pinch of salt.

Source: GSMArena

Tags: HTC, smartphones

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