HTC One Max

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The latest smartphone in HTC's One series, the One Max is creating quite the buzz. Read on to find out more about this highly anticipated smartphone.

HTC One Max Specs

The HTC One Max measures 16.4 cm by 8.25 cm, with a width of a little more than 1 cm. It weighs 217 grams and has an amazing 5.9 inch display screen (full HD1080 resolution). The One Max is built on the Android platform and runs on a 1.7 GHz Snapdragon 600 processor. It has a 16 or 32GB NAND storage, plus micro SD storage capability, and has a 2B RAM. The smartphone is also equipped with a digital compass, ambient light sensors, a gyro sensor and a proximity sensor.

What We Love about the HTC One Max


The first thing you’ll notice about the HTC One Max is its size. The phone is huge, and dramatically so! You will definitely be turning heads with the HTC One Max no matter where you are.

In terms of performance, the HTC One Max is very impressive. The phone responds fast and has no drag when it comes to browsing the Internet, launching apps, or playing games.

We love the rear fingerprint scanner on the HTC One Max that lets you unlock your phone and launch your most frequently used apps at one go. Another great feature built into the HTC One Max is HTC’s BlickFeedTM which brings all your favourite content (weather, social network updates, breaking news) instantly via a live stream and refreshes automatically.

Next, the camera! We absolutely adore the HTC One Max’s 4MP/2.0 Ultrapixel camera with LED that captures 300% more light for gorgeous pictures. With the HTC Scribble feature, you can even draw on your photos and edit as you please.

Other features we love about the HTC One Max include its easy-grip matte finish, aluminium speaker grilles, powerful HTC Boomsound speakers with in-built amplifiers, and a powerful battery (approx. 25 hour talk time) that charges faster.

What We Don't like about the HTC One Max

Firstly, the sheer size of the phone makes it nearly impossible to operate with just one hand. Also, at 217 grams, this smartphone is definitely heavy. The HTC One Max also feels more like plastic than metal, giving it a less-than-sophisticated touch and feel. We also found the video quality on the HTC One Max to be less than stellar. Lastly, the fingerprint scanner can sometimes be frustrating to operate.

All in all, however, the HTC One Max is a good-looking, powerful smartphone that lets you do more with your phone. It is intuitive, easy to operate, and comes with some really cool features.

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