A lot of people were skeptical about HTC’s chances of finding a market for the ginormous One Max, especially with the phablet cutting a few corners hardware-wise. But apparently America’s leading wireless service providers are willing to bet on the 5.9-incher big-time despite it’s shortcomings.
Aside from Verizon and Sprint, the two networks confirmed to carry the One max upon its formal intro, it seems AT&T will be joining the big guy’s launch party shortly, at least according to @evleaks.
The industry insider whose reliability has only grown in time has tweeted two One Max photos over the past 24 hours, one plastered all over with Verizon logos and the other, surprise surprise, rocking an AT&T stamp between the back and home front buttons.
Naturally, this shouldn’t be treated as rock-solid, official information… yet, albeit it’s clearly the next best thing. And besides, if @evleaks would choose to tarnish his long-built reputation with a fabrication, he’d probably go for a much higher-profile device.
All that being said, it’s likely a matter of time until we’ll be hearing about T-Mobile picking HTC’s One max up as well. Meanwhile, no ETAs are known for any of the leading network stateside. Unless you count “this holiday season” as one.