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HTC One Max to Land this September Endorsed by Robert Downey Jr.?

5.9 inches of HTC One Goodness
5.9 inches of HTC One Goodness

HTC One Max Leaked

It looks like the trend for gadgets is to go BIG. After the HTC One followed the HTC One Mini. Now it looks like HTC is gearing up to release a phablet this coming September called the HTC One Max. The device is supposed to have a 5.9-inch display, same resolution as the HTC One, 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 Processor, 2GB RAM, and 3,300mAh of battery. Monstrous right?

HOWEVER…

Specs are nice and all though but HTC has actually been at the forefront of that but they haven’t reached the same level of success as Samsung. Most critics say that HTC has done a terrible job of marketing their products and that’s the reason why they haven’t picked up that much steam despite having very good offerings. That’s about to change though. HTC hired Robert Downey Jr. to be their endorser and it looks like he’ll be a little more involved in the launch than just a face in a TVC.

Check out the teaser video that HTC posted on their YouTube channel below. Notice the guy in a suit who comes out of the helicopter. Notice the swagger. The sneakers. How he high fives the other dude. It has RDJ written all over it.

Big Things Ahead Teaser

We have a strong feeling that RDJ might even be the one to unveil the HTC One Max during HTC’s event in September. Keeping our fingers crossed for that one, haha!

Anyway, to those who are in the market for a flagship upgrade, better hold on to your money first. We definitely have to see this.

>>> SEE ALSO: HTC One Review – The One That Got Away

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Carlo Ople

Carlo is the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Unbox.ph. During daytime he’s the Managing Director and Partner of a Digital Marketing Agency in the Philippines and by nighttime he’s living out his passion as a gadget enthusiast and story teller through Unbox.

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