HTC One Max, One Mini, two mysterious Nokia devices uncovered in O2 Germany document

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Some information regarding upcoming devices to be sold through O2 Germany show several new HTC devices, some devices from Sony, a pair of mysterious Nokia devices to go with several WP8 handsets, and a couple Huawei smartphones. None of the devices are available now, but their presence on the list indicates O2 Germany anticipates selling them in the near future.

The HTC devices include silver and black versions of the HTC One and an HTC Desire 500. We have no word yet on the details of the HTC Desire 500, but just based on the model number it should be a slightly de-tuned version of the HTC Desire 600 announced earlier this year. More intriguing are the listings for the HTC One Mini, to be available in silver and black, and the HTC One Max in silver. The smaller and larger versions of the HTC One are consistent with signs that HTC is using a strategy similar to Samsung’s of producing different size devices that are part of their top model line.

In the Nokia device section of the leaked document, two mysterious listings appear. The list includes “Eros” and “Mars” devices. Many are wondering whether the Eros listing is really a typo and should be Eos. Regardless, the variation from the standard Lumia model name could indicate something different coming from Nokia. Is it possible Nokia is expanding their offerings beyond Windows Phone devices?

With this leaked information, there is no doubt people will be on the prowl for information about these new devices, whether they were already expected or were something out of the blue.

source: mobiFlip
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