Taiwan-based computer corporation HTC has released its priciest smartphone for the Indian market. The company has launched its HTC One Max, which will come with a maximum price tag of Rs. 61,490.
Faisal Siddiqui, the HTC India country head said, “HTC One Max has largest display from HTC’s stable. This is phone comes with stylus, insurance for theft, liquid damage and option to be purchased in monthly instalments”. The new HTC One Max will be available in India with a price tag of Rs. 56,490.
The latest smartphone from HTC has a 5.9-inch screen and will be available in 16 GB and 32 GB versions. Both memories can be further expanded with microSD card slots. The phone has 50 GB of additional storage option on Google Drive, which is free of charge. Siddiqui said that the company is offering six month installment options and customers will not have to handle processing and interest charges, as they will be taken care of by the company.
The new phone has a scanner below rear camera, which will save user’s finger print and enable secure access of the phone only to its owner. When it comes to battery, the new device has a 3,300 mAh embedded battery.
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