This HTC One M8 Max concept proposes a 6.1-inch display, no logo on the front

HTC will almost certainly introduce a successor to last year's One max before the end of 2014. This concept design is trying to envision the upcoming device...
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33 Comments

31. trollz

Posts: 62; Member since: Oct 11, 2013

Just watch Verizon slap on 3 or more logos right on the front of the device.

32. Alpha-Sam_23

Posts: 1; Member since: Apr 27, 2014

Definitely gonna cop it! But much agreed 4ultra mp's BAD!! 8ultra or 13or higher mp's GOOD! & 4 the record Samsung sucks! Cheap plastic handsets, annoying software & artificial producing pics! HTC better nail this phablet Dangit! The only thing good from the note series is the s pen.. hey HTC how bout a friggin stylus hah!

33. HTC.loyalist

Posts: 1; Member since: Sep 16, 2014

I currently own the HTC One Max phablet and I love it. New placement of the fingerprint scanner is the perfect location (on power button); that would avoid smearing/smudging the camera lense when using the print sensor because its current location on the One Max sits annoyingly close, just below camera glass. --Unless I'm missing the point, but what is the use of 3 cameras? I'm all for adding extras but why not just 2 great cameras front and back? --I definitely love the idea of adding inches to the display size, weather the logo is on it or not. Capactive home & back buttons are a must for me (backlit as well). --A barometer would be great for us weather junkies out there. --And throwing in a well secured stylus would be useful too. Awesome product as is, but theres always room for improvement; also considering how much we pay, use, and need them... It would be nice to see this new phablet on tje shelves, I'm a sure bet of a buyer...
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