Yet more photos have emerged of the still unannounced HTC One Max, this time giving us an even better idea of the device's size thanks to the lucky user sticking it next to a couple of Samsung Galaxy Note models for comparison.
It's longer and quite a bit chunkier than Samsung's rival devices is the only real conclusion we can draw from the slightly low-res comparison images, although the HTC One styling looks rather swish when held up against Samsung's ageing hardware design. Therefore we score this one a draw.
The snapper also took the back off the thing, revealing the black blob that makes up the fingerprint scanner, plus an image of the boot sequence shows a 4G logo -- so expect it to arrive ready for use on our LTE networks. [Slashgear]