HTC Max – The world’s first 4G, WiMax, Wi-Fi Phone

HTC has unveiled the much-rumored and the world’s first 4G mobile phone which integrates WiMax and Wi-Fi cellular connectivity. It was unveiled in Russia and was developed for Russia’s Yota WiMax network.

The Max 4G handset will boast a 8021.11b/g Wi Fi connectivity, 3.8inch, 480 x 800 touchscreen display, the new windows OS, Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro, Mobile WiMax, Bluetooth 2.0, built-in GPS navigation an accelerometer that auto-rotates the display when the phone’s turned through 90° plus a proximity sensor that turns off the display when you hold the phone up to your ear.

The Handset also sports 2 cameras, a 0.3-megapixel video-call camera on the front and a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus on the back. There has been no priced announced as yet or no word if the handset will come to the US / UK anytime soon.


2 Replies to “HTC Max – The world’s first 4G, WiMax, Wi-Fi Phone”

  1. I watched one of the videos (though it was in Russian and I didn’t understand much) and it looked quite smooth for a Windows Mobile powered device. You could watch many TV channels on it and it looked pretty good. I don’t think you can do that on 3G networks,or at least not at that speed and video quality. WiMAX seems to be a winner when it comes to wireless video applications.

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