Dual-SIM HTC One Max crops up in Vietnam

30 October, 2013 | Comments (6) | Post your comment

Tags: HTC, Android, Dual SIM

Before the HTC One Max was officially unveiled, there were a few leaks showing a dual-SIM version. It showed up in Vietnam, although it was supposedly a unit headed for the Chinese market. It cost 21.6 million dong ($1,015), up from 17.9 million dong ($840) for the single-SIM version.

The specifications look exactly the same 5.9" 1080p screen, Snapdragon 600 chipset, 4MP UltraPixel camera without OIS, 16/32GB built-in storage with microSD card slot and 3,300mAh Li-Po sealed battery.


HTC One Max dual-SIM

Except, of course, for the second SIM slot that's positioned symmetrically opposite the first SIM slot. The labels indicate that the first SIM is 3G-enabled, while the second SIM is 2G-only. The One Max has 4G LTE too and presumably that's SIM1-only as well.

There's no info on when of if at all the dual-SIM HTC One Max will make its way to the international market.

Source (in Vietnamese)


 

 

Dual-SIM HTC One Max crops up in Vietnam - reader comments

  • Anonymous

For emart.. The Vietnamese people are not rich but they're willing to sacrifice everything to buy an expensive just for show off that they're cool....

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  • 2013-10-31 03:58
  • 0dB6
  • Juynial

Yes, dude! It is normal for us here ... lol

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  • 2013-10-30 14:12
  • fDYq
  • emart

$1015 is 21.6 million dong?? wow, could it be that everyone in Vietnam is a millionaire? sweet!

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  • 2013-10-30 13:58
  • v0Xp