Excerpt: The HTC One Max is HTC’s answer to the growing demand of bigger screens with its latest model that pushes a larger 5.9″ Full HD display. Taking the well loved aluminium clad design of its smaller 4.7″ HTC One , the new HTC One Max is not only larger but comes with several minor changes as well.
Summary: The HTC One Max is a gorgeous, sturdily built effort, just as you’d expect from the company. But like the Huawei Ascend Mate, it really is too big and more importantly too impractical for all but die hard fans.
Summary: When HTC released their One in March last year, it was the talk of the town and also picked up numerous awards around the world due to its design and innovative features. From there on, HTC created two different versions of the One; the One Mini and now we have the One Max, for those who prefer...
Pros: Large, sharp and bright screen, Great performance, Long battery life, Good audio
Cons: Fingerprint scanner a little finicky, Unwieldy for those with smaller hands, Camera lacks image stabilisation
Excerpt: T3 was invited along to take along to take a look at the new phone prior to the official unveiling - here's what we made of it... ه The flagship model features is hewn out of a single block of Aluminium, with no seems or bolts, which conveys a feeling of sturdiness and refinement to the phone.
Pros: Brilliant Screen (Full HD, Super LCD3, 4.7 inches), Fastest Android processor currently, 2 Gigs of RAM., Full Aluminium sexy design
Cons: comes with Android 4.1 (4.2 is promised, though)
Summary: The One Max feels like something HTC didn’t genuinely want to make, but one they had to in order to keep up with the Joneses. It comes off as a purely reactionary device, devoid of any meaningful innovation and only around to capitalize on the recent phablet craze.
Pros: Zippy performance, Beautiful display, Excellent, Great for gaming and entertainment purposes
Cons: Comically large and unwieldy, Finicky, useless fingerprint scanner, Camera downgraded from HTC One, Cheap build quality for the price
Summary: What you’re looking at, above, could well be an official shot of the HTC One Max , shown next to a regular HTC One (middle) and HTC One Mini (left). We’ve covered a bit of the HTC One Max so far on Ausdroid, and with it rumoured to be announced at IFA in September (i.e.
Summary: HTC have been on a winning formula in 2013; the HTC One was — without doubt — one of the best smartphones of the year. When Ausdroid reviewed it earlier in the year , we sang its praises which were well deserved.
Pros: Big, beautiful display, battery life that lasts for days, A very solid, premium feel, Android 4.3 — not the latest, but close, Same camera as the HTC One — it’s a good camera
Cons: It’s really little more than a big HTC One, Large size means its hard to use all functions with one hand, A phablet-sized device, with no phablet features; it could be so much more than just a big phone.
Summary: If you thought that the HTC one and HTC One Mini were too small and you’re looking for a large smartphone with an elegant design, big memory and a good software and layout, then you should really consider the HTC One Max, HTC is definitely bringing its A game with this one.
Pros: Fast processor, Long life battery, elegant design and nice software.
Cons: Physically very large and has an irremovable battery.
Summary: The HTC One Max is a case of too much of a good thing. It comes with everything we loved in the original One, including best-in-class audio, a dynamic BlinkFeed interface and an appealing aluminum design.