htThe pieces are slowly clicking into place regarding the HTC T6, the big-screened phablet rumoured to be on the way from the Taiwanese firm.
According to JP Morgan analyst Alvin Kwock, the T6 will launch as the HTC One Max, which sounds fairly sensible if we're honest, and we can expect it to touch down in Q3.
The T6 first caught our attention at the end of last month, and is expected to come packing a 5.9in full HD display, quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, an UltraPixel camera and – potentially most significantly – the next-generation Android Key Lime Pie.
Hong Kong-based Kwock doesn't have anything to add on that front, but does believe the One Max could prove a decent rival to the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy Mega.
‘Many carriers are highly interested in the HTC One Max smartphone,” Kwock says, “as it is the only flagship model with a uni-body casing back-cover to be released in the second half of this year.”
And if that's not good enough for you, Mobileaks has stepped up and published what it says is the blueprint design of the One Max.
There's not too much to be gleaned from the diagrams, save that there's a clear resemblance to the conventional HTC One, which in most people's books will be seen as a positive.