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HTC launches the costliest Android phone; costs Rs 61,490

November 23, 2013 07:59 IST


Photographs: Courtesy, HTC

Smartphone maker HTC launched its highest price handset for Indian market, HTC One Max, for a price of Rs 61,490.

"HTC One max has largest display from HTC's stable. This is ," HTC India Country head Faisal Siddiqui told reporters.

The phone will be available at market offered price of Rs 56,490.

HTC launches the costliest Android phone; costs Rs 61,490


Photographs: Courtesy, HTC

HTC has jumped to 5.9-inch display screen with HTC One Max from 4.7-inch screen size phone model.

Siddiqui said that the company is providing six-month instalment schemes.

"The customer will have to not bear processing and interest charges. We will take care of it," he said.

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HTC launches the costliest Android phone; costs Rs 61,490


Photographs: Courtesy, HTC

In this new phone, the company has introduced a scanner below rear camera which save finger print of user and allows secured access of phone to its owner only.

HTC One Max comes with 16GB or 32GB onboard memory that can be expanded using a microSD card slot. It also has a 50 GB of additional storage option for free on Google Drive.

The phone has 3300mAh embedded battery. A normal 4-inch screen size smartphone generally comes with 1,800 to 2,000 mAH battery size.

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