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Verizon's HTC One Max Available Today For $300 And Two Years Of Your Life

Verizon's HTC One Max Available Today For $300 And Two Years Of Your Life

If you like massive phones, fingerprint scanners, HTC, and Verizon, today might just be the luckiest day of your life. Why is that, you ask? I'll tell you why! Because the massive HTC One Max is now available on Big Red. See, dreams really do come true.

But let's say you're not the huge-phone-fingerprint-scanner-HTC-Verizon-loving type. Let's say you have no idea what the One Max is. No problem, let's just clear that up right now.

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Sprint Spark's 'LTE UI Enhancement' Is A Constantly Spinning Status Bar Icon

Sprint Spark's 'LTE UI Enhancement' Is A Constantly Spinning Status Bar Icon

Earlier today, we covered some interesting updates coming to Sprint's Galaxy Mega, Galaxy S4 Mini, and HTC One Max, all concerning LTE bands and "LTE UI Enhancements." These changes were of course related to Sprint's fledgling "Spark" tri-band LTE network which, according to Sprint, could potentially reach speeds of between 50 and 60 Mbps.

The network is only ready for a few cities (Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and Tampa), but if you own a compatible device you'll get to enjoy Sprint's LTE UI Enhancement anyway.

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Sprint Galaxy Mega, Galaxy S4 Mini, And HTC One Max All Get OTA Software Updates Providing LTE-Related Enhancements

Sprint Galaxy Mega, Galaxy S4 Mini, And HTC One Max All Get OTA Software Updates Providing LTE-Related Enhancements

Sprint wants everyone to know about its tri-band LTE network that could potentially reach speeds of 50 - 60 Mbps, so it gave it a catchy name - Sprint Spark. Once the rollout is complete, this could be the largest LTE network in the US in terms of spectrum usage. But that's the future. Right now, the network is available in only a handful of cities (Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and Tampa), and even fewer phones are currently set to tap into it (okay, just one).

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HTC One Max Is Now Available From Sprint For $250, Porting Your Number Gets You An Extra $100 Off

HTC One Max Is Now Available From Sprint For $250, Porting Your Number Gets You An Extra $100 Off

The day you've been waiting for is here, "phablet" fans... assuming you're a prospective or current Sprint customer and you haven't already bought a Galaxy Note 3. The Now Network has launched its carrier-branded version of the HTC One Max (or "One max" if you're a brand manager) and it's currently available on the official online store for $149.99.

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That's $149.99, if and only if you meet a few qualifications.

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Select HTC Android Devices Now Eligible For 25-50 GB Of Free Google Drive Space For Two Years

Select HTC Android Devices Now Eligible For 25-50 GB Of Free Google Drive Space For Two Years

We're used to seeing Dropbox space bonuses on various Android phones and tablets, but Google Drive is out there with some free byte promos too. Owners of the HTC One and One Max will be tickled to know they may be eligible for some extra cloud storage through a new Google-HTC deal. There are a few caveats, though

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HTC One Max Breaks Cover With Verizon Branding, Already Being Demoed For Sales Reps

HTC One Max Breaks Cover With Verizon Branding, Already Being Demoed For Sales Reps

Big phones are a big deal these days, and HTC looks to be getting in on the fun. After leaking a few times in various blurry-cam shots, the HTC One Max has showed up again, but this time it's wearing a Verizon logo.

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The device was reportedly being shown to sales reps in a Verizon store when the images were captured. The One Max looks as big as the specs would lead you to believe.

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Chinese HTC One Max Leak Shows Off Removable Back Cover, Fingerprint Reader (And Toggle), Dual-Camera Mode, And More

Chinese HTC One Max Leak Shows Off Removable Back Cover, Fingerprint Reader (And Toggle), Dual-Camera Mode, And More

The biggest brother of the One family has once again smiled for the camera on Chinese site ePrice, showing off a few things that we've yet to see on the 5.9-inch beasty. For starters, this model feature a removable back, but before you get too excited about that, we'd like to throw out the reminder that most HTC devices for the Chinese market have removable backs. That's just a thing over there.

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HTC One Max Poses Next To One And One Mini In Latest Leaked Photo, Shows Purported Fingerprint Scanner

HTC One Max Poses Next To One And One Mini In Latest Leaked Photo, Shows Purported Fingerprint Scanner

Just how big is the HTC One Max (AKA T6), rumored to use a 5.9-inch screen? It's big. So big that it dwarfs the HTC One in a new photo from ePrice, the source that leaked the original photos of a purported Chinese model of the upcoming phone. The latest leak shows it next to the One and One Mini, making a family portrait for the One series.

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But this isn't just a photo of the baby bear, mama bear, and papa bear of the HTC's lineup.

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5.9-Inch HTC One Max (T6) Render Leaked: We're Going To Need Some Bigger Pockets

5.9-Inch HTC One Max (T6) Render Leaked: We're Going To Need Some Bigger Pockets

Last week we got our first telling glance of a new HTC smartphone hanging out in China: the T6, or as it may come to be known, the HTC One Max. This purported beast of a phone has the styling of the HTC One with a reported 5.9" screen. Today Evleaks, the Deepthroat of the smartphone world, released a press render on his new Google+ account.

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The phone still looks like an enormous HTC One.

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