HTC One max visits the FCC on its way to Sprint
0. phoneArena 23 Oct 2013, 05:04 posted on
While this isn't the first time we see a model of HTC's phablet clearing the FCC, we can now confirm that the device's Sprint variant has been given the green light as well. This particular HTC One max version, known also as the 0P3P700, runs on LTE bands 25, 26, and 41 – clues that indicate which US carrier the device is headed to...
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1. Gemmol (Posts: 403; Member since: 09 Nov 2011)
i wanted this phone at one point for the nice music speakers, and to give HTC a try since I been with Samsung for a while, but no 800 chip really hurt it for me, I more expected the 1520 to use a 600 then a 800, but they came out and surprise me using the latest snap dragon......and then my plans had to change.....I told myself 2 years ago if a windows phone match a high end phone from droids I would switch and it seem Nokia heard what I said, so now I gotta keep to my word and switch from Note to 1520