• HTC One Max
75
Based on 115 scores, 261 reviews available
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    20
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    49
  • Average:
    24
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    22

The One Max is the latest phablet from HTC, it features a 5.9-inch 1080p LCD display and a plastic-aluminium design. The One Max comes with a 1.7 GHz quad-core Krait 300 CPU, Adreno 320 GPU, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Blutetooth 4.0, and GNSS on-board. There's also 2 GB of RAM, 16/32 GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot, and a 12.5 Wh (3,300 mAh) battery.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Whathifi.com on 80

Looking rather like an HTC One on steroids, the One Max boasts a 5.9in screen in place of the One's 4.7in version. Look closely though, and differences start to appear. The back panel of the One Max is removable, doing away with the unibody metal design...

By InsideHW on

After the excellent HTC One, it was logical for HTC to sail into waters of large smartphones. As was the case with Sony Xperia Z and Z Ultra, HTC One Max is, basically, an enlarged HTC One, although the hardware differences are even smaller – practically...

By Know Your Mobile on 80

The HTC One Max is a gorgeous phone, no doubt, but then it was always going to be with HTC's luxurious metallic bodyshell design being continued on the larger scale. The display contributes tremendously to the overall experience as it's easily one of...

By techview.co on

There's no denying that the HTC One is one of the nicest smartphones on the market. The sleek looks, powerful performance and stylish elegance meant the HTC One left a lasting impression and continues to win awards, one year later.In their first attempt...

By PC Authority on 67

A current trend for smartphone manufacturers is to take their latest high-end model and make it larger, perhaps with extras such as a stylus. With the One Max, HTC seems simply to have made a bigger, more expensive HTC One. The One Max certainly looks...

By geeksquad.co.uk on

The One Max is HTC's entry into the ever-growing phablet market; a midpoint between a phone and a tablet. With its 5.9-inch screen and aluminium construction it certainly looks the part, but how does it stack up against its rivals? Agent Hall is here to...

By Brighthand on 60

Although its name might suggest that it's taking after HTC's acclaimed One flagship , the One Max is more accurately designed like a supersized version of the HTC One Mini , which wasn't quite as sexy. While the One's trademark curves and silver aluminum...

By HotHardware on

Raw benchmark scores can be misleading since there’s been quite a bit of talk lately about benchmark cheating. The One Max has some stiff competition from another well-liked phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. In some benchmarks, the One Max earns...

By mashable.com on

This might come off as sexist, but the HTC One Max is not a phone made with women in mind — other than, perhaps, members of the WNBA.While the aptly named Samsung Galaxy Mega with its 6.3-inch screen is slightly taller and wider, the 5.9-inch Max is...

By phonesreview.co.uk on

The launch of the original Samsung Galaxy Note a few years ago kick started a growing trend for larger sized displays on smartphones with a number of different company's joining the party, and today we have an HTC One Max review as we are handling the...

By Engadget on 71

The One Max isn't much of an upgrade over the One and its features don't warrant the excessive volume or weight. Its screen, speakers and battery life are saving graces, however, and give it some credibility as a media...

By LaptopMag on 60

The HTC One Max packs a ginormous 5.9-inch display, impressive sound quality and a fingerprint sensor, but it's a bulky...

By Phone Arena on

We recently had some good one-on-one time with both the LG G Flex and Samsung Galaxy Note 3, but there are still several other prized phablets in the space that needs to get a proper comparison against the intriguing curve designed smartphone. Next up...

By PC Mag on 80

The HTC One Max is a nice extra-large phablet that lends itself to on-the-go media consumption, but otherwise doesn't justify its giant...

By droid-life.com on

From a consumer standpoint, HTC launched the One Max to counter Samsung's booming Galaxy Note line and enter into the “phablet” market. The only issue is that when entering a market completely controlled by Samsung and its marketing teams, you are...

By techview.co on

If there's one thing that's become clear in 2013 it's that big-screen phones are as popular as smaller screen phones used to be. Commonly referred to as phablets, the big-screen craze has led to several devices being announced this year including the...

By tbreak.ae on 78

The HTC One Max is a great phablet if you're a fan of the original HTC One. But the few design flaws and redundant hardware inside make the One Max fall behind other phablets on the market. I wish it had a more advanced processor and slightly thinner...

By fatducktech.com on

The HTC One was my favourite mid-sized Android device of 2013. What happens when you super-size that kind of quality?There's no doubting that there's a significant market out there for larger screened phones. Samsung's generally credited for starting the...

By gizmag.com on

The HTC One was one of our favorite smartphones of 2013. But what happens when you take that phone and stretch it out to gigantic proportions? Well, you get the HTC One max, one of the bigger phones you can buy today. Join Gizmag, as we put HTC's first...

By Phone Arena on

If you haven’t noticed it yet, many of today’s “phablets” look eerily similar to their flagship brethren – almost to the teeth in some instances. Despite the similarities in design, these giant sized smartphones tend to get some additional love in the...