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HTC One Max to sport Beats Audio, hints the COO

We previously heard reports of the American audio products and equipment company, Beats Electronics, LLC talking about pushing back from their deal with the Taiwanese smartphones manufacturer, the High Tech Computer Corporation.

With these statements, we were all unsure whether we will see anymore devices out from HTC featuring Beats Audio, but from the words of the Beats President and Chief Operating Officer, Luke Wood, the American company is not done with the Taiwanese, as he confirms the presence of pure Beats sound quality for its upcoming flagship smartphone, probably the rumored HTC One Max.

We also came across that the Taiwanese have a 25 percent of investment with the Americans, also Beats still have a commercial deal with HTC, where he hinted a that the Taiwanese company still have a large-format device coming out this fall. Luke Woods also announced that they have learned a lot of things working with HTC. "Right now I can't comment as to whether that relationship will continue or not continue, but for Beats, it's been very productive, because we've done a lot of work on HTC phones and I'm very proud of the way those devices sound," added the Chief Operating Officer of the company.

Source: Stuff, GSMArena