As we were browsing through the FCC's database this morning, our attention was drawn by this particular specimen – an HTC smartphone with a model name 0P3P510. And while the filing does not reveal the name of the handset, to which this mysterious code is attached, we have reasons to believe we're dealing with the long-rumored HTC One Max. Our assumption is based on the fact that the device is being identified as "T6UL" in the software version, and T6 is believed to be the HTC One Max internal codename.
Specs for the smartphone aren't being mentioned within its FCC paperwork, but we do know it should have a removable battery. Bluetooth 4.0 LE is supported, as well as the LTE band 7. Given the latter, this HTC One Max model is clearly not tailored for a US carrier, but it could be a version of the smartphone for Europe as this LTE band is in use in some parts of the continent.
The HTC One Max is expected to be announced in about a couple of weeks, becoming the smartphone with which HTC will rival Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 and the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, among other contenders, on the phablet scene. To learn more about it, check out our list of HTC One Max rumors.