HTC teases 'Big Things ahead' on Twitter, hinting at One Max

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HTC teases 'Big Things ahead' on Twitter, hinting at One Max
HTC seems to be all set to spoil Samsung's Galaxy Note III party. A few hours after Samsung sent invitations for the 'Unpacked' 2013 event, HTC teased a new video tagged 'Big Things Ahead'.

The Taiwanese handset maker has posted a video of around 16 seconds on YouTube that ends with the notes, 'Here's To Change' and 'Happy Telephone Company'.

In the video, a person is seen with an HTC device (which we believe is the HTC One Max) that features the same design as that of the HTC One. The person with the device is shown waiting for a helicopter's arrival and then the person who gets down from the helicopter gives a land slap to the first person. The device is visible twice in the video though it is not clear whether the device is the new One Max or the original flagship device. However, one thing is clear, HTC is trying to create some buzz for its upcoming device.

Meanwhile, alleged images of the HTC One Max phablet surfaced online on Monday. The HTC One Max is likely to sport a 5.9-inch HD display and runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, out-of-the-box. The device is said will be powered by a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, while the original HTC One is powered by a Snapdragon 600 processor. The One Max also features the same UltraPixel and 2.1-megapixel front-facing cameras as the HTC One. Other specifications include 2GB of RAM, 16GB storage and a 3300mAh battery. The site also claims that the Taiwanese major may equip the latest handset with a stylus.

Samsung has also officially sent invitations for an event scheduled on September 4 in Berlin on Monday, where the company is expected to launch the Galaxy Note III phablet.

Here's the YouTube clip of the video.

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