HTC’s Expensive Android Smartphone To Release in India For Rs 56,500 !

Nov 20, 13 HTC’s Expensive Android Smartphone To Release in India For Rs 56,500 !

After Samsung Galaxy Golden and HTC Butterfly S, it will be for HTC One Max that will feature under a whopping price tag of Rs. 56,500. The smartphone is expected to launch in India very soon.

Notably, the HTC One Max will be the costliest Android smartphone sold in India!

In a recent interview to media publications – Faisal Siddiqui, country head of HTC Mobiles confirmed that the smartphone will roll out in to the market in the coming week under the Rs 56,500 price tag.

HTC is likely to release two accessories alongside One Max such as Mini+ remote control at Rs 5,000 and Fetch (a keychain style gadget to find lost phones) at Rs 2,500.
Coming to the HTC One Max specs it features a 5.9-inch full HD display and is a phablet model. The large screen will definitely take on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Sony Xperia Z Ultra in the market.

There isn’t any design changes comparing One and One Mini smartphones; it is just that One Max is over-sized. On the other hand, One Max comes with removable back cover.

Under the hood, One Max is powered by 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor paired to 2GB RAM and runs on Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) with Sense UI on top.

The primary camera fitted to the back is a 4MP Ultra Pixel unit and doesn’t have the optical image stabilization found on HTC One.

The manufacturer offers 16 and 32GB internal storage options and supports microSD cards up to 64GB for memory expansions.

Dual Boom-sound speakers and infrared blaster is added in the device instead of the Beats Audio sound enhancement technology.

The smartphone incorporates fingerprint scanner technology that can be used to unlock the device by placing the finger on the finger sensor.

Interestingly, it is HTC One Max and Apple iPhone 5S that come with this finger scanner feature in the market while the latter is priced at range of Rs 53,500 and Rs 71,500 in India.

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