HTC One Max
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.
Best speakers in the business.
Solid build quality.
Epic battery life.
Side-mounted power button.
Big, bright, bold display.
Sense 5 interface is attractive and easy to use.
Enough power for most tasks.
Fingerprint scanner is poorly implemented.
Worse fit and finish than the One.
Camera lacks optical image stabilization.
Only 16GB of base storage.
Older processor doesn't compete well against competition.
Too big and heavy for most people's needs.
By PCMag on November 22, 2013
Those on the Windows Phone side of the fence should check out the Nokia Lumia 1520, which features one of the best cameras we've seen. Our Editors' Choice for phablets on Sprint remains the Note 3, which is plenty of phone, but more importantly, packs plenty of features that make that big screen worthwhile.80
By cnet on November 22, 2013
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.70
By MobileBurn on November 14, 2013
Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. HTC One Max The HTC One Max took HTC into new territory. HTC has made several large phones before, and it has even produced a tablet or two, but it never created anything on the scale of the One Max. With a...-
By itproportal.com on November 11, 2013
I rather like the HTC One Max in terms of handset design and its good quality screen. HTC understands the necessity to provide add-on apps that are useful, and HTC Sense feels intuitive rather than bloated. Neither BlinkFeed nor Zoe are to my tastes,...80
By Phone Arena on November 05, 2013
As the HTC One and the HTC One mini before it, the HTC One max is a well-made phone. Seriously, there's quite a lot to like about it: from the outstanding metallic design and the large high-resolution display to the awesome front-facing speakers and...-
By CoolSmartphone on October 21, 2013
HTC have been making pretty good hardware for a while now and their latest range of ‘One’ handsets have been some of the most impressive phones of the year so far.However, large phones are becoming more popular now. We’ve already seen...-
By V3.co.uk on October 18, 2013
The HTC One Max didn't manage to impress us as much as its siblings. While it offers slick performance, we found the device too bulky and the fingerprint sensor glitchy, with the device feeling somewhat...60
By 3G UK on October 17, 2013
There are plenty of features we love about the One Max, but most are available on the One Mini or One. The large screen is great for watching video – but you have to put up with that bulky handset. The inclusion of a memory card slot is good news...80
By Engadget on October 16, 2013
It will especially appeal to someone, such as a frequent flyer, who wants a big screen and big battery specifically for the purpose of consuming video and music, at the expense of other requirements. If that's you, and if you can find the One Max for a decent price, it's worth taking a look.-
By The Unwired on October 16, 2013
With this week's launch of the HTC One max, HTC has completed its 2013 lineup of the One family and like the One mini before, the One max is targeting a different kind of One clientele which nevertheless is looking for a stylish smartphone. However,...-