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 HotHardware on January 27, 2014
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 January 24, 2014
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...-
By Engadget on January 17, 2014
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...71
By Know Your Mobile on January 03, 2014
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...80
By LaptopMag on December 20, 2013
The HTC One Max packs a ginormous 5.9-inch display, impressive sound quality and a fingerprint sensor, but it's a bulky...60
By Phone Arena on December 18, 2013
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 December 11, 2013
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...80
By tbreak.ae on December 09, 2013
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...78
By Phone Arena on December 03, 2013
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...-
By CNET Australia on December 02, 2013
The HTC One Max has a display big-screen phone shoppers want, but the Samsung Galaxy Note 3's superior design and display make it a better...73