Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2013-10-15
Updated on:Apr 25, 2015
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Beast of the Phablets
HTC One Max sports a humongous 5.9 inch full HD display with a display size of 1080x1920 pixels. This will be the biggest screen size for any device coming from HTC One family.
This device is powered with a Snapdragon 600 Quad-Core processor clocking in a 1.7 GHz and a 2 GB RAM. It runs on Android v4.3 with HTC Sense 5.5 interface.
HTC One Max is packed with a 4.0 UltraPixel rear camera found in the HTC One along with a 2.1-megapixel front camera to support video calling.
From storage point of view this device comes up with two storage variants :32GB and 64 GB memory. Unlike HTC One, HTC One Max supports expandable memory up to 64GB.
Connectivity and Battery
In terms of connectivity users are provided with EDGE, GPRS, Bluetooth, 3G and a micro USB.
Taiwanese mobile giant HTC has done full justification to this new device belonging to the HTC One family. All the good things of HTC One are now available in the larger size with the introduction of HTC Sense 5.5 interface. This device will supposedly lock horns with the much anticipated Samsung's Note 3. So considering the specifications of this device we will surely witness one of the best competition in the premium budget phablets in India.
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It`s phablet o`clock on HTC`s watch and they`re shifting gear and changing direction. Done expanding the One portfolio towards the compact end of the spectrum, HTC are going the other way with the aptly named One Max. It builds on a proven formula emphasizing media consumption and looks, while bringing a few welcome new features to the lineup. HTC One Max official images The expandable storage deals with one of the chronic liabilities of the One,...
Verdict: The HTC One Max is a solid phablet - there are no two ways about that. The awesome screen is nicely complemented by the front-mounted stereo speakers and excellent battery life to round off one of the best devices around for gaming and watching video...
We like the HTC One. Twice this year we’ve said it was the best Android phone you can buy, and there’s a strong argument for saying that’s still the case today. When it arrived back in March, the HTC One bucked some of the major high-end smartphone trends of the time. A metal shell, not plastic. A quirky two-button setup. A 4-megapixel camera that focused on pixel size, not megapixel count. And a screen no larger than its predecessor, at 4....
Pros: Big, bright display. Solid build quality. Speedy performance. Sense 5.5 adds some really useful features without complicating things too much. Great battery life.
Cons: Enormous size makes it difficult to handle. Disappointing camera. Only 16GB of base storage. Fingerprint scanner offers questionable value.
Verdict: The One Max is more than a big HTC One, but also a lesser phone than the HTC One. If you’re after the full HTC experience on a larger display, well, for the most part, this is that device. And right now it's the closest you're going to get t...
The HTC One Max is the phone that the Taiwanese brand created to show that it still is able to make a phone for all occasions. Coming with a 5.9-inch screen and all the same technology that made the HTC One such a world-beater, is this going to be the handset that topples Samsung`s Note range, too? It`s not a cheap handset either, coming in at round 23% more on SIM free sales compared to the smaller One, and 12% more on contract. In the UK, this ...
Pros: Larger screen, Longer battery, MicroSD slot,
Cons: Older CPU, Expensive, Unwieldy, Pointless fingerprint scanner,
Verdict: The HTC One Max is almost identical to the One, but with a bigger screen. There`s been no attempt to make use of that upgraded size, and given the new features will be appearing on the One in the near future, this means the One Max has very few uniqu...
HTC shouldâ€™ve had a best-seller with the HTC One. The metal-bodied phone was the go-to recommendation for Android fans in the know, and that it didnâ€™t get the attention of Samsungâ€™s Galaxy range is arguably more about marketing than anything else. HTC followed Samsungâ€™s example in distilling the brand for a smaller version, in the shape of the HTC One mini, and has now scaled things up with the HTC One max. A 5.9-inch ...