(Posts: 9681; Member since: 14 May 2012)
I rather have a MJP and have it protect my phone a lot more than this flimsy cover.
(Posts: 14384; Member since: 05 Feb 2011)
This is really nice, HTC hit a homer with this puppy. Without a doubt the best looking device IMHO. This is jedii approved.
(Posts: 2473; Member since: 11 Jul 2012)
I agree bud. This may be my next phone...or the Moto X...can't decide yet.
(Posts: 19; Member since: 31 Jul 2013)
I've had the One Max for a few days now and absolutely love it. It's a bit heavy is the only downside, IMO. I knew that going in it would be, but even the actual dimensions don't really bother me, it's just simply tiring to hold with one hand.
The updates to Sense and BlinkFeed are great. It's pretty speedy but the exclusion of the S800 and 3GB of RAM would have been nice anyways since I do run some things like Sidebar, EQ, and such running in the background that make it lag a bit, but overall it's awesome. And I really want a cover for it but was holding out for the power flip, so they need to release it asap!
(Posts: 2; Member since: 29 Dec 2013)
Question, what do you think of its camera? I heard its a 4 Ultra-Megapixel and I'm not familiar with it. I heard because it has a bigger aperture, it shoots great pics at dark. What about the zooming? Please, share your opinion. I like it because of its size and speakers on front
(Posts: 1860; Member since: 09 Sep 2011)
flip case trend continues to spread.
(Posts: 490; Member since: 22 May 2012)
This is a beast with a beasty case!!
(Posts: 1; Member since: 07 Feb 2014)
HTC sent me a PowerJacket to try out and after for a couple of weeks I’ve found the extra battery life to be amazing. The One max by itself has enough juice for me to last a full work day easily, but with the PowerJacket, 2+ days of heavy use are easily reached. The PowerJacket does add some weight considering you’re carrying a 1150mAh batter in the front flap, but the look and feel of the case is amazing. HTC added a couple of strips on the red part to allow the phone to stand as seen in pictures and the phone is quite sturdy in this position. For day to day use, I prefer the “naked” phone without any case at all, but when I’m going on trips or will be away from a power source for long periods, I’m definitely glad I have the PowerJacket and would recommend it. I always prefer OEM accessories due to the high quality and flawless fit with the phone.