HTC One Max
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CNET editors' review
price range: $99.99 - $660.00
- Reviewed by: Brian Bennett
- Reviewed on: 11/21/2013
The good: The HTC One Max has a massive screen that's bright, colorful, and sharp. The camera is packed with features and takes pictures quickly, plus the phone has a powerful set of stereo speakers.
The bad: The HTC One Max is large and heavy and the integrated fingertip reader often fails to recognize finger swipes. The phone's battery is not removable either, and the One Max's components don't match its high price.
The bottom line: The HTC One Max has a display big-screened phone shoppers want, but the Samsung Galaxy Note 3's superior design and display make it a better buy.
The Most Amazing Phone!
by Casey-UK on January 10, 2014
Pros: + Wonderful screen, clear and crisp
+ Thin edges, curved back and generally excellent ergonomics
+ Sense 5.5 is fast, intuitive, and aesthetically very pleasing
+ Clarity of calls
+ Great photo gallery
Cons: - It doesn't have Beats sound
- Non for any really cons
Summary: This is by far the best phone I have ever had. I also have an HTC One and my husband has an HTC One Mini. I also have tried several ...
Summary: This is by far the best phone I have ever had. I also have an HTC One and my husband has an HTC One Mini. I also have tried several Samsung phones over the years and a couple of iPhones. I must say that the HTC One Max beats them all.
Professional reviewers complain that it doesn't have the latest Snapdragon 800 processor, that there is no optical stabilisation for photo taking. Both are true but a) the Snapdragon 600 is more than sufficient: this phone runs even better than the HTC One, and the HTC One is the smoothest phone I have ever had (no lag as with the Samsung Galaxy) and b) a slightly lower speed means that battery use is also lessened. After a full day of heavy use (I spend half my life checking emails, looking at work documents, browsing the internet etc, it seems!) I still had 55%. That has never happened to me before with any phone. And I haven't noticed any difference with photo taking, even in low light.
At the end of the day, what matters most is not technical specs, it is the comfort of use, and for this, the One Max is unbeatable (by contrast, for ex, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has significantly higher specs, but it stutters, just like the S4 itself). So here are the strong points of the HTC One Max from a heavy user's perspective:
- wonderful screen, clear and crisp, and so much space! It makes reading, browsing, watching films, videos, looking at photos so much easier. Your photos don't look like blown up stamps anymore, you can actually see (and edit) details. It also means that the keyboard is a little bigger, which makes for better typing. The native keyboard is good but do yourself a favour and get Swiftkey...
- size: yes, it takes space, but it is SO worth it. I am a woman and I don't like handbags, so the only way I can carry the Max with me all the time is at my belt (but that's what I did with my HTC One anyway). But if you get a holder with a belt clip (PDair does good ones) and then the size and relative weight are no inconvenient, while the benefits are so significant. You can fit more apps on the larger screen (and so need fewer screens), every thing is more spacious and comfortable. By contrast, even the One (4.7 inches screen) looks crowded.
- Productivity: it is the first time in my life that I don't cringe at the thought of looking at yet another Excel or Word document on a tiny screen. Then are actually legible, comfortably so. If like me you do a lot of work on the fly, it's invaluable. Also the Kindle app now looks like a small book, it's so nice to read and you don't need to turn the pages so often. In case you wonder, I also have a Samsung 7'' tablet, so fairly similar in size. But it is not half as well designed, nor half as fast, and I don't like working with it (plus the slightly bigger size makes a big difference when it comes to carrying the device around: I can still carry the Max on my belt, and my male friends were more than eager to slip it in their jeans pockets (front pockets, though)!)
- design: like the One it fits in the hand very well due to its thin edges, curved back and generally excellent ergonomics. And I have small hands (glove size 6), so if I can hold it comfortably, almost anyone can. And it's beautiful.
- software: Sense 5.5 is fast, intuitive, and aesthetically very pleasing. None of the terrible colours and design of the Samsung TouchWiz. And you can turn off Blinkfeed. Sense is now streamlined and has lots of very helpful little tweaks. For some reason it runs even better on the One Max than on my (updated) One. No bugs, just the pure pleasure of an intuitive and pleasant to look at interface. There is also an incredibly useful transfer tool which allows your old phone to push all its contents to the new (that's true of all HTC One phones). You get everything, contacts, photos, gallery, videos, music (etc) and most importantly system settings, down to the name of your phone, in about 10mn (I have a LOT of stuff on my phone).
- It has a slot for an SD card. Quite rare for HTC phones. It's not a deal breaker because you also get 25GB of free space on Dropbox but it's handy nevertheless.
- smoothness of operation: everything just runs so well in the background you don't notice anything except what you're doing, which is ideal. Nothing interferes with your work or enjoyment.
- sound: it doesn't have Beats but with Poweramp and a few equaliser tweaks you get an even better result (Beats tends to overemphasise the bass). Needless to say it blows any other phone out of the water, it's one of the features that everyone who has listened to it agrees on, even die-hard fans of other brands. That's with serious comparisons, ie same tracks, same headphones (or rather same set connected to both phone).
- clarity of calls: the new technology really work, it dims background noises and emphasises the clarity of voices.
- great photo gallery. Zoes are really useful (3s short films which the software will decompose in 20 frames to allow you to select and save the best pictures). I don't use 'Highlights' so much but it's quite fun.
I could sit here writing for ages but I'm going to stop here. If this doesn't convince you nothing will! In short, the One Max is the best combination of form and function in a phone (or phablet) that I have seen since I started using them, and I still remember the times when these devices were slow and clunky. The weight remains very reasonable (243g) and the plastic edge that reviewers complain so much about actually makes the phone easier to hold. Yes, the One Max is pricey. But it is SO worth it!
P.S. for best deal, recommend to check at: Phonedoing.blog.com/htc-one-max/
I hope this helps.
7 out of 7 users found this user opinion helpful.
If you like the one and have big hands,this is perfect.
by mrthrpe on November 20, 2013
Pros: 1Huge,beautiful looking screen.
2. Best audio quality ever, loudest phone i've heard, it is still a phone after all.
3.Great Battery life, you could get a couple days with light use, but it's hard to stop looking at the screen.
4. Build Quality
Cons: 1.Not for people with small hands.
2. Could've made the battery removable, but when it lasts so long, it doesn't really mattter.
3. Doesn't come with earbuds.
Summary: I had an htc one, and it was my favorite phone by far. I just wished it was even bigger with a better battery, so this is perfect. If you ...
Summary: I had an htc one, and it was my favorite phone by far. I just wished it was even bigger with a better battery, so this is perfect. If you have small hands this probably wont work for you. This phone moves very quick, so i don't get how people bash the processor so much, I don't use the fingerprint scanner. I used this phone and all the competitors ( Galaxy Note 3, Mega, LG G2,)at the store and this was an easy choice.
5 out of 7 users found this user opinion helpful.
Bigger is Better!
by speedbug4859 on February 10, 2014
Pros: Beautiful screen
BoomSound stereo speakers
amazing battery life
Cons: without Beats
big size (for somebody)
Summary: I received a HTC One Max from HTC for testing and I've been using it for two months.
HTC One Max is very beautiful because it not only has ...
Summary: I received a HTC One Max from HTC for testing and I've been using it for two months.
HTC One Max is very beautiful because it not only has a big screen up to 5.9 inch but also comes with full metal body. Though the size is bigger, the streamline back cover makes it easy to hold in your palm.
Unlike traditional speakers with limited sound quality, the BoomSound stereo speakers on the front will amplify the music and enlighten you with clear and better sound. You will feel thrilled like personally on the scene especially when watching movies or listening to music on the cellphone. It can never be easier for you to share the music with others even with a group of people or at a party.
The picture quality of UltraPixel camera is very good.Even though there's still a minor difference when compared with professional cameras like DSLR, UltraPixel camera is capable to deal with most daily pictures. UltraPixel camera comes with ZOE (virtual-reality album). Within just a few taps, you will get to produce a Video Highlights short video and turn your pictures into a story. You may also share this video with friends. Videos tell better story than just pictures.
Sometimes you want to get some updates of new information but you don't have much time to stare at the cellphone that long. BlinkFeed is a convenient helper. It will put together all the needed news and updates. All you need to do is to scroll down the screen, and you will get to know what's happening among your friends and the news updates.
Bigger size and bigger screen come with bigger batter capacity. HTC ONE MAX equips with 3300mAh high capacity battery and it can easily standby for more than one or two days. If I need to go out or use my cellphone intensively, all I need to do is to turn on the power-saving mode and the batter will last longer. I don't need to worry about recharging issues any more.
1 out of 1 users found this user opinion helpful.
Amazing power with Max life, meet HTC One Max
by iJohnnyB on February 1, 2014
Pros: 5.9 inch, Full HD 1080p
HTC UltraPixel Camera
Battery 3300 mAh
Cons: You need to know how to use fingerprint sensor
No multi-window multitasking
Hard to attach back cover (must follow instructions that come with phone)
Summary: HTC One Max, this device is aimed at everyone who enjoy phablets while enjoying everything HTC has to offer. The HTC One Max features a 5.9-inch Full HD display, ...
Summary: HTC One Max, this device is aimed at everyone who enjoy phablets while enjoying everything HTC has to offer. The HTC One Max features a 5.9-inch Full HD display, a 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor and a fingerprint scanner on the back of the device. HTC was kind enough to provide me a unit for testing and review.
The HTC One Max has a few changes comapred to the HTC One design, but it's still made out of a premium aluminum material with a few tweaks to the design. The front is pretty much the same with larger 5.9-inch Full HD display. Below the screen you can find two capacitive buttons, HTC logo between them, and dual-stereo speakers even lower. While above the screen you will find second dual-stereo speaker, front-facing camera and sensors.
The only big change on the back panel is the inclusion of a fingerprint scanner, which is located below the camera. On the left side of the camera you still have LED flash, and white plastic that has a hidden microphone. At the back center you can find HTC logo, and on bottom right you will find standard HTC dock pins.
While sides of the phone are now made of white polycarbonate it still provides you with a premium quality. While the Max is 164.5 x 82.5 x 10.29mm in size you can still reach notification with one hand, but keep in mind you need a good grip case and a large hand. Don't try to manage this when you first get the device, because a period of adjustment is expected when handling a larger device.
The HTC One Max is one of the few smartphones that feature a fingerprint scanner, but it's located at the rear of the phone here. When you look at the back of the phone you will see the scanner loacated under the camera. It allows you to unlock the phone, launch apps while providing you with security if you don't want other people unlocking your phone.
When you are setting up the fingerprint scanner, you can choose which finger to use, but it recommends you use your index finger. You can use one finger to unlock your device, second to launch the camera and third any application you want.
An important thing to remember is to use your finger as you would use it to unlock while holding the device. On occasion you will feel little frustrated when using fingerprint scanner, but only until you get how things are handled. This is why it's important to scan your fingerprint while holding your device.
The HTC One Max is the first device to ship with Sense 5.5, and this Sense version includes tweaks and new features. Sense 5.5 looks and feels like Sense 5, but it has been improved and optimized to improve user experience.
You probably already know about BlinkFeed, and how similar it is to Flip Board. Same idea but in my opinion BlinkFeed is much easier to use and setup when you first start your phone. It's baked into Sense, but you can turn it off if you are not a fan.
New version of BlinkFeed supports custom RSS, Instagram and Google+ social network. Great thing is how HTC keeps updating available list of content in BlinkFeed, and now more and more international content is available so be sure to add your favorite local content provider.
The One Max includes Scribble, an app which allows you to write down notes, create documents from templates and just have fun on a big screen. You can write with virtual keyboard, pencil and few other pen tips like paint brush and a marker. Import photos, audio and mix it up with some clip art from the app.
Video playback is something you will enjoy on this device with large screen and BoomSound speakers, but the default video player has only standard options. For full experience you will need a video player like MX Player from Play Store. If you are using local videos, YouTube content or wide variety of streaming services like Hulu or Netflix you will love the experience.
Gaming is also a plus on Max as all games run great on it, and with 5.9-inch screen and BoomSound the games are amazing. I am not a big gamer, but I have played more games on Max then on One just because it's easier on a larger screen.
The camera application on HTC One Max itself did not change from HTC One. The camera app will allow you to use several modes such as the scene, Night mode, HDR, Sweep Panorama, Dual Capture and Anti-Shake. You also have standard settings like timer, crop, video quality, white balance and others.
HTC Zoe is also present on HTC One Max, and if you don't know this feature will allow you to take about 20 photos, with short 3 second video. This will allow you to create sequence shots, draw on photos, crop, rotate and save your best shoot.
In HTC One Max you will find same 4MP Ultrapixel camera included in the HTC One. Even if camera on Max is missing OIS it's still amazing camera with a lot of features. For regular users it's just as on One because OIS on it didn't kick in to allow a longer shutter with reduced ISO and noise. So the images on One and One Max are just as good.
Usually the manufacturers tend to use low cost speakers on phones which don't impress us or even users, but the speakers on the HTC One have impressed us and a lot of users. The Max is here with even better sound thanks to bigger speakers, and it will provide you with a good range of highs, medium and low-level sounds.
The speakers will provide you with perfect video and movie watching experience. When we consider other devices on the market, nothing comes close except perhaps the One. Beats Audio is gone but I don't miss it, and if you want EQ you can still use apps for that.
Headphone output offers nice, clean and vibrant sound while offering good volume it you like to turn it up.
Nothing much has changes with processor since One was released, and this means the One Max is on par with One. You have tested Snapdragon 600 and you won't have any complanint with it, but if you compare it with Snapdragon 800 it's just load times for large applications and games. HTC decided to use Snapdragon 600 which is tested and very powerful, but if they decided to use Snapdragon 800 the price of HTC One Max would probably be higher.
The performance is good, and there is no lag or any problems with the device. Four cores and a 1.7GHz are here to provide good gaming and UI performance while still giving you a lot of life from battery.
The HTC One Max has a larger size batter when compared with HTC One, and this means the battery capacity has increased to 3300mAh. This is something that will make a lot of people happy considering you can get a lot on an HSPA+ network. The battery will provide enough juice for a day of heavy use. For me personally the battery last about 25-30 hours of moderate to heavy use, but this is relevant on how you use the device. For light use it lasted 3 days with few calls, sms, browsing and social channels.
I have been using One Max for almost 2 months now, and I love it. Even today when I use it I am surprised with the screen, battery life and just how much it's easier to use a device if the screen is bigger. When we consider the quality design, screen, battery and KitKat update that should be released soon it's easy to conclude how much you're going to enjoy this device.
HTC One Max is a great phone, and there's a lot of things to like about it like metallic design, 5.9-inch high-resolution display to the awesome BoomSound speakers and great battery life.
If you have enjoyed the hardware on HTC One, but wanted a phablet expirience then HTC One Max is a device you will enjoy.
1 out of 1 users found this user opinion helpful.
The Beast of the HTC One Series
by paolocelso on February 9, 2014
Pros: Bigger screen, Impressive battery life, SD card slot, Sound & build quality
Cons: Size is big, not a one-hand phone, weird placement of the fingerprint scanner
Summary: I had the chance to test out the HTC One max (thank you HTC!). Let me give you my thoughts about the product. By the way, my point of comparison ...
Summary: I had the chance to test out the HTC One max (thank you HTC!). Let me give you my thoughts about the product. By the way, my point of comparison would be the HTC One (which happens to be my previous phone.)
At first, I found the 5.9 inches screen to be really big. But after a few days of using it - I adopted very well to its size. I must say this phone is the perfect phone for entertainment. I love watching videos and playing games on this phone. The screen size is just perfect. When it comes to resolution, HTC One's screen provides better colors and pixels, but the quality from One max is not far behind. It comes next to the HTC One. It's quite big for the hands - and it would take quite sometime for one to adopt. Also, the One max isn't a one-hand phone. You need to use both of your hands in this phone.
Just like the HTC One, the One max is also made of metal. It's one unique thing I like about HTC phones. I love of it feels in my hand/s. The metal material makes the phone quite heavy but I don't find it an issue. It still gives the user the premium feel it promised. Also, the removable back cover makes way for the SD card slot. One good addition for the phone, specially those who think the 32GB & 64GB storage isn't enough.
Camera isn't an issue for me. I love the ultrapixel technology. The phone produces great images. In terms of sound and sound quality, I kinda miss the Beats Audio feature I had in the HTC One. Yeah, I'm one of the few fans of that feature. Anyway, the One max surprised me with how the loud it's highest volume. Sound quality is still superb despite the absence of Beats.
Sense 5.5 is just amazing. It kept better and added one some better features for BlinkFeed and Video Highlights. BlinkFeed is so useful. It keeps me updated. Video highlights on the other hand is the perfect feature for doing short clips / summaries about the best life events. I love how one can personalize his/her highlight.
The fingerprint scanner is uhmm okay? I do use it everyday, but I think it's oddly placed at the back. Another place would probably make it more appealing, I guess? HTCB Scribble is cool! It takes note-taking into a whole different level. Lastly, the 3,300 mAh battery is superb! My battery lasts an average of 2 days with moderate use (with wifi and mobile data on). I'm really impressed with this phone's battery. Not experiencing lags in this phone. :)
Overall, I think this phone is a beast!!!! All the people who loves using their phone for entertainment must get this phone 100%! Thank you HTC for creating such a beast!!!
The One got Bigger!
by andrdnl on February 6, 2014
Pros: - extreme battery life
- display is amazing
- fingerprint sensor
Cons: Can't blame something on this device, the only thing people could be tempted to say it's that it is a big device.
First tip is to don't make efforts to use the device with one hand.
Summary: This is really the smartphone for me, browsing and emails are so easy on this device. I do use my laptop less. The extra screen real estate helps you from ...
Summary: This is really the smartphone for me, browsing and emails are so easy on this device. I do use my laptop less. The extra screen real estate helps you from social life to gaming and the biggest plus for me is the battery life, couldn't managed to deplate it yet in one day.
I had the opportunity to receive this device from HTC.
The HTC One max will change how you use your smartphone
by TrooprThorn on February 4, 2014
Pros: 5.9" 1080p Screen
Dual Front-facing Stereo Speakers
Battery Life (3+ days!)
Video Highlights/HTC Zoe
32GB on board storage
Expandable storage (microSD slot)
Camera's low-light performance
Cons: Camera's daylight performance
Summary: Initially skeptical of super-sized phones (or "phablets," a term I despise), I began using the HTC One max with hesitation. Almost instantly I was a convert, singing its praises and ...
Summary: Initially skeptical of super-sized phones (or "phablets," a term I despise), I began using the HTC One max with hesitation. Almost instantly I was a convert, singing its praises and wondering how I could ever live without it.
The size of the phone is perfect. Prior to using it, I was convinced it would be too large, but now that I've got it I can't imagine going back to anything smaller. The build quality of the HTC One max is phenomenal, and the oft-mentioned weight of the device feels good in your hand. It feels like a premium, rugged device, unlike those plasticky feeling phones of some of the competitors.
The display is phenomenal, and paired with the front-facing "BoomSound" speakers it's truly a fantastic multimedia device. You will quickly become spoiled by this, and other phones will feel tiny by comparison.
The 4MP "UltraPixel" camera does really well in low-light situations, but the lower resolution hurts it during daylight shooting. The fingerprint scanner I found to not be a fluid enough experience to warrant my using it daily, so I tend to ignore it. These two things are the only flaws I have found with the phone.
The 32GB on board storage and expandable microSD slot mean you can jam pack this phone with music, pictures and videos, and enjoy all of them on the huge screen and great speakers.
The 3300 mAh battery lasts me easily 2 days and more often 3 with moderate usage. Paired with the HTC Power Flip Case I have reached 4 days of battery life, something I haven't seen since I started using smartphones over three years ago.
The new camera app, with HTC Zoe and video highlights built in is absolutely amazing, and is easily one of my favorite features of the phone. The Sense TV is also fantastic, and came in particularly handy when I lost my TV's remote control while moving cross country this winter.
I can't say enough good about this device. I enjoy so much more media on my phone now than ever before, and I never worry about my battery life. The HTC One max has absolutely changed the way I use my smartphone.
by ericwilborn on February 1, 2014
Pros: Screen size (depending on the person), battery life, sound quality, camera quality
Cons: Screen size (depending on the person)
Summary: "Supersize me" is what I should have said upon requesting this phone. It would have been spot on. The screen is supersized, the sound of music coming from the One ...
Summary: "Supersize me" is what I should have said upon requesting this phone. It would have been spot on. The screen is supersized, the sound of music coming from the One max's speakers is larger than life, the camera quality is spectacular, and the battery life is much better than what I initially expected.
With my moderate to sometimes heavy use, including Waze, locally stored music, games, social media, web browsing, photos, and more, I can easily get through an entire day. The details in the photos the One max takes are incredible. I've never been happier with a smartphone camera. The dual front speakers bring the action or music directly to me.
I can't imagine any situation where someone would be disappointed with this phone. If the 5.9" screen isn't for you then you'll want to look at the HTC One... you won't be disappointed there either.
Taking The One To The Max! #HTCOnemax Cell Phone
by GoodNCrazy on January 28, 2014
Pros: BATTERY LENGTH!
New HTC Sense 5.5 features.
Using the phone for all entertainment needs: eReader, YouTube, Netflix movies, social media, gaming, oh... and talking/texting!
Cons: Seriously? It's a GREAT phone. The size of the phone means it's large in your hand and I worry about dropping it. Especially when I don't have a case around it.
Summary: First let's talk about size, is this phone too big is the first question people ask me?
I'm a busy mom of 3 kids and often I use ...
Summary: First let's talk about size, is this phone too big is the first question people ask me?
I'm a busy mom of 3 kids and often I use my phone more like my laptop. 5.9 inches of screen real estate simply makes every task easier. Taking Photos, editing for Instagram, keeping tabs on my daughter's social media, reading books, GPS navigation, recipe research in the grocery store... oh yeah and talking/texting!
You must use two fists to use this phone.
I do stress about dropping it due to it's size. But it fits in my back pocket and in my small shoulder purse. I was used to both the HTC One (4.7") and the HTC DNA (5") so I was already past using both thumbs to type.
The answer? I love the size of this phone. Watching people with MUCH smaller phones (I'm looking at you iPhone) makes me smile a little bit as I pull out my phone!
The HTCOnemax comes with the upgraded HTC Sense 5.5 and there are several new features worth noting: The HTC Scribble App is new and one of the best note-taking, list-making, doodling and journaling apps I've ever seen (and I've tried a LOT). The TV Remote app is simply terrific. Even if you don't use it as a remote, it has an amazingly functional program guide. No more searching for programs for hours on your awful TV/Cable guide! Plus added features like a fingerprint unlock scan (I don't use it though), faster access to the most used settings (yay!) and upgrades to the HTC Blinkfeed (option to turn it off and can now add your fave blog RSS feeds—love that!).
Read my Full Review of new HTC Sense 5.5 on my site.
Are you more about using your phone for all your entertainment needs?
Now you can take it to the MAX! I've been catching up on Netflix Original Series' like Derek and Black is the New Orange. Watching on the Max's large screen with HD quality is perfect when I'm waiting to pick up kids or while jogging on the treadmill! I now ONLY use my cell phone as my main eReader. Even the 5" screens I've used before were just too small for real reading compared to the Max.
I'm all about cameras on cell phones.
They've gotten so advanced I rarely use my big girl camera any more. The Max is no different. It has a 4MP UltraPixel rear camera and 2.1-megapixel front-facing camera. (Love the swipe across the screen to change to front facing camera.) The front-facing camera has a wide angle large enough to fit my whole family in a 'Selfie' shot! And the HTC photo gallery now offers highlight videos, creating automatic mini videos from stills, Zoes and video you've taken at a particular event. You look like a professional with filters and music built in!
And the final Maxed up treat...
The battery length, even with the huge screen, is longer than any phone I've ever tested. With my constant mom-use I find the phone lasts around 26 or 28 hours. But with the HTC Power Flip Case with battery extender the Max routinely runs for 36 hours and longer! That is a GoodNCrazy long time!
Please NOTE: I was given the #HTCOnemax to test out on an extended loan at no cost to me. My thoughts and opinions are my own. I am an Android fan.
The HTC One max is a quality phone loaded with features
by charbthomp on January 26, 2014
Pros: Big, beautiful screen, quality construction, ultra fast performance, amazing battery life, great front facing speakers.
Cons: Fingerprint scanner is hit or miss. Size is both a pro and con depending on your viewpoint. Don't consider using one hand on this beast!
Summary: In summary, the biggest pro and the biggest con of the HTC One max is the screen size. It's big and beautiful and hard to imagine life with a ...
Summary: In summary, the biggest pro and the biggest con of the HTC One max is the screen size. It's big and beautiful and hard to imagine life with a smaller screen, but sometimes the inconvenience of not having one handed operation is a big deal. Everything else, the sound, storage, battery life, performance, Bluetooth, NFC, camera, etc. is MORE than adequate for my needs/wants. The One max is a BIG hit (pun intended).
- Manufacturer: HTC
- Part number: 803S
- Bottom Line: The HTC One Max has a display big-screened phone shoppers want, but the Samsung Galaxy Note 3's superior design and display make it a better buy.
- Product Type Smartphone
- Phone Design PDA
- Width 3.24 in
- Depth 0.4 in
- Height 6.47 in
- Weight 7.65 oz
- Operating System Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean)
- Type QUALCOMM Snapdragon 600
- Clock Speed 1.7 GHz
- Processor Core Qty Quad Core
- Diagonal Size 5.9 in