The HTC One Max specs were revealed in a new report.
The new phablet device will feature a 5.9-inch display with 1920x1080 resolution, the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor which clocks in at 2.3GHz, 2GB RAM, a 4-ultrapixel camera, Boomsound dual front-facing stereo speakers, and a 3,3000 mAh non-removable Li-poly battery, according to Android Police.
New pictures of the device also surfaced this week revealing the overall look of the One Max. It basically looks like a larger version of the HTC One with the same display and speaker layout. It also features the same body type and color scheme.
HTC will release the One Max in order to compete with the upcoming Galaxy Note 3 that will be released sometime next month.
A picture of the Galaxy Note 3 leaked earlier this week and showed off the device's battery and back-end area.
The photo was taken at a low resolution and looks a bit fuzzy but it can be seen that the battery is slightly narrower than what is found on the current model.
It can also be seen that the edges on the device are sharper and in contrast with the normal lines found on past Samsung devices. This design is very similar to some of the other recent Galaxy Note 3 leaks.
The Galaxy Note 3 unveiling event was finally confirmed by Samsung earlier this week.
The company will host its own "Unpacked Episode 2" event on Sept. 4 to introduce the new device. The event will take place in Berlin at 1 p.m. ET. Samsung will hold it just ahead of the IFA 2013 show which will take place from Sept. 6-11.
The event will be livestreamed for those that will not be able to attend. There will also be a first hands-on experience held simultaneously in New York's Times Square. Samsung used a similar strategy when unveiling the Galaxy S4 back in the spring of this year.