We already know the HTC One Max is headed to Sprint and Verizon — and on the latter, you'll naturally be dealing with some additional carrier signage. But the same might also be true of an eventual AT&T HTC One Max, as evidenced by a new image from Twitter leaker @evleaks. Sure enough, the image reveals AT&T's globe (or Death Star, if you prefer) sitting between the "home" and "back" keys, where before there was an HTC logo. That's in addition to a AT&T text in the notification bar — standard practice for the carrier's Android phones.
There's still been no official confirmation that the Max is headed to AT&T, but this latest render leak makes it look more likely than ever.
Besides the obvious differences, AT&T's HTC One Max is presumably the same handset we've been getting to know in recent weeks — a 5.9-inch version of the HTC One Mini's design, sporting the original HTC One's internals and a fingerprint sensor of questionable value. For more on the One Max check out our full review, linked below.
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