The HTC One is the current flagship device for the Taiwan based company but will soon be flanked on either side by two other models, the One Mini and the One Max. The nomenclature is revealing enough, it will be a smaller and a bigger version of the base HTC One model though both continue to remain on the slippery tracts of rumor world. However, no matter how hard companies try to cover up their future launches, there are other ways of lending credibility to the rumors. Take for instance the recent revelation of the O2 Germany’s documents where both the new HTC One derivatives find mention.
As for the specs, the One Mini will offer a 4.3 inch screen having 720p HD display. The device will be powered by a dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon chip duly aided by a 2 GB RAM. The device will run the latest Android 2.2 Jelly Bean or maybe even the upcoming Android 2.3 while the latest version of HTC’s custom user interface, the Sense 5 will remain on top of the Jelly Bean platform.
Coming to the HTC One Max, the device will comes with a 6 inch 1080p full HD display with a quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon chip on the other side of it. The phablet will have a RAM strength of 2 GB along with the similar Android Jelly Bean and Sense 5 software combination.
However, there is no word yet on when the two HTC One spin-offs will be launched or what they will cost. Both the devices will go head on with the corresponding Samsung products of Galaxy S4 Mini and the Galaxy Note 3.