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.
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)
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Give me htc one max dualsim
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....