HTC One Max wasn’t a hit, far from that actually, but there’s still room for a successor. Hasan Kaymak imagined that device and created a concept of it, shown below. Meet the HTC One Max 2, that brings a bigger diagonal to the M8 experience.
We’re dealing with a brushed metal phablet, that’s probably 6 inches in diagonal and basically should offer an improved LG G Pro 2 experience, on a different level. This device features virtual buttons at the bottom of the screen and it adopts an edge to edge display, with very narrow bezels and I mean extremely narrow. We’ve got big Boomsound speakers at the front, probably an Ultrapixel camera at the back and a wide angle lens front camera.
Logically, this would be an upgrade from the first HTC One Max. This means we may switch to a QHD resolution, to 3 GB of RAM, up to 64 GB of storage and a Snapdragon 805 processor. The battery may well be a 3500 mAh battery and the case is all metal. The thing is, would this model be comfy in our hands?
[via Hasan Kaymak]