The HTC One Max leaks once again, this time from an official source. China's Tenaa, the country's equivalent of the FCC brings four new photos and an update on the dual-SIM situation.
An earlier leak showed what's under the back cover of the One Max and there wasnt an obvious second SIM slot. However, the Tenaa page describes the phone (as far as the machine translation tells us) as: "the equipment for the dual card dual standby mobile phone dual-pass."
The HTC One Max model is listed as 809d and supports GSM/GPRS and CDMA 1x/CDMA2000 (Rev. A). Earlier rumors and leaks put the screen size at 5.9" (1080p resolution) and the chipset as Snapdragon 600 or possibly a Snapdragon S4 Pro. The chipset naming scheme is confusing here, but both use Adreno 320 GPU, the difference is in the CPU core revision and clockspeed.
The camera is an UltraPixel unit though we haven't seen anything about Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) so far. The thing below the camera is a fingerprint scanner (they are coming back in fashion).
The HTC One Max is (according to rumors) scheduled for an October launch at a $800 price point.