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HTC One Max leaked in ‘non-final’ press render

Hello there, One Max! The big brother to HTC’s 2013 flagship, the HTC One, has leaked yet again, this time thanks to Twitter tipster @evleaks. The leakster took to Google+ to show a “non-final” press render of the One Max, codenamed the T6. It looks roughly the same as recently leaked pictures too, and could feature similar tweaks found on the One Mini.

If you look closely at the rim around the phone, for instance, you can see that it uses plastic instead of chamfered metal, just like the One Mini. The flash for the camera has been repositioned too, now sitting below the sensor unlike the One and One Mini. The flash on the One sits to the left hand side of the camera, but you’ll find it above the sensor on the One Mini.

Rumoured specifications for the One Max include a 5.9-inch 1080p IPS display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor clocked at 2.3Ghz, 2GB of RAM, 16GB to 64GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot, and HTC’s UltraPixel camera. It’s not clear when the company intends to release the handset, but IFA 2013 – a mobile trade conference held in Berlin – is fast approaching.

The Taiwanese company has, however, denied that the image is real. HTC’s Jeff Gordon took to the comments of Engadget to proclaim @evleaks’ picture a fake, saying that the leakster “is way off his game.” Still, would you expect anything different from a company representative commenting on a leak? If the image above is indeed non-final, then take it with a pinch of salt – there could still be plenty of changes between now and an official announcement.

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