At this point, it's getting kind of tough to keep track of the number of times that the HTC One Max has appeared in leaked photos. We've seen its front and its back, we've seen a variant with a removable battery cover and we've seen it with its siblings. We're all mobile phone nerds, though, and so I'm sure you wouldn't mind getting another early peek at the One Max, right?
Some new photos of the HTC One Max have made their way online courtesy of TENAA, a Chinese equivalent of the FCC. The images provide a brief tour of the One Max's hardware, showing off its display and front-facing speakers, rear camera, the rumored fingerprint scanner and the side of the device that houses its volume rocker and power/lock button.
The HTC One Max is rumored to be the big brother of the One family, and if its rumored 5.9-inch 1080p display does become reality, then the device will definitely dwarf the 4.7-inch One and 4.3-inch One mini. As for when we'll be able to stop staring at this thing in leaked photos and actually try it ourselves, a recent report suggested that HTC could finally give the One Max an official introduction sometime in October. Considering that it's now less than a week away, here's to hoping that HTC's planning an announcement for early in October so that it can use the rest of the month to focus on its Halloween costume.