Removable back, fingerprint reader and wireless charging pins also make an appearance
Leaks of the upcoming HTC One Max are coming fast and loose, and the latest comes courtesy of ePrice, who has snagged pictures of a purported dual-SIM Chinese variant of the device. Just as we've seen before the device looks like a giant HTC One, with a 5.9-inch screen and similar design and proportions to its two smaller siblings.
What's interesting about these most recent pictures is that this particular variant of the device has a removable back cover to access the two SIM slots underneath — falling in line with the dual-SIM versions of previous HTC handsets in the country. Another interesting point seen in the casing is a large square cutout underneath the camera, which is purportedly to be filled with a fingerprint reader but has the part missing at the moment.
Also notable on the back casing are three wireless charging pins, which look very similar to docking pins we've seen on previous HTC handsets. There's no indication of how many of these features are going to make it out of the Chinese market, which traditionally gets its own device variants, but it is very interesting to see another version of the One Max making the rounds.
Hit the break for a couple more pictures showing the back cover removed and a quick settings toggle for the fingerprint reader.