HTC One max review: ask us all you want to know about it
posted by Nick T. / Nov 04, 2013, 4:35 PM
What's big, made of metal, and capable of scanning your fingerprints? No, it isn't a robotic detective we're dealing with. Actually, if you've read the title of this post, then you should have no troubles giving the right answer to this question. Yup, that's the HTC One max – the company's 5.9-inch Android phablet, which launched in some parts of the world just days ago, including markets in Asia and the Middle East. And sooner than later, it is going to reach European and North American shores as well. In the U.S., in particular, Verizon and Sprint are two of the carriers interested in offering this beast, with AT&T possibly joining the fun at some later point in time.
HTC One max review for anyone who wants to learn more about this humongous handset. But as extensive as our review may be, there are probably details that we unintentionally omitted – details that still might be of interest to some of our readers. That's why we thought we'd have a Q&A session. You, guys, post your questions about the HTC One max – anything you wish to know about it – and we promise to come back in a few days with the answers. Note that if your question has been answered in our HTC One max review already, then chances are we won't provide you with a response. Also, we're pretty sure that the HTC One max would blend, so don't bother asking and don't even think about testing that by yourself. With that out of the way, the comments section below is all yours!Now, we've already posted our thorough
- Display 5.9" 1080 x 1920 pixels
- Camera 4 MP / 2.1 MP front
- Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 600, Quad-core, 1700 MHz
- Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
- Battery 3300 mAh(25h 3G talk time)
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Do you think that One Max was more of a stepping stone into the phablet category, testing how well an "enlarged" version of the One would do? Obviously they haven't made such a large device before, perhaps they were not willing to go crazy with their first try and rather see how a large device appeals to the HTC buyers?
posted on Nov 04, 2013, 4:45 PM 1
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no, HTC was the first to release the 5" phone back in 2005ish called htc adavantage or another name but forgot it. they let it die and concentrate on 4.3" phones only and that was dell streak 5 came out. After samsung took and control over the phablet market with their Notes series. too many miss opportunity by htc
posted on Nov 04, 2013, 5:19 PM 3
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I m willing to buy this phone but confused between this and the note 3..my question is that htc software is lighter than the one used by samsung, so the performance of this phone is like the note 3 in term of speed?? .. of course the note 3 on paper should be faster but is it true or it's barely noticeable ??
posted on Nov 04, 2013, 4:53 PM 0
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Honestly, in day to day usage both are really smooth and you'll find it really hard to notice the difference. However, if you multitask a lot like leaving apps on the background or opening two apps at the same time, you'll find the 3 gb ram and more powerful chipset and samsungs software goodies ( multi window, penwindow ) really useful.
posted on Nov 04, 2013, 9:02 PM 0
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How much useful is its Fingerprint sensor ? If so what are the uses ?
posted on Nov 04, 2013, 5:03 PM 0
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I saw some reviews and apparently the sensor is terrible. If you want the touch sensor now, should go with apple, or you can wait until more OEMS do it or for the next gen of devices. The sensor allows unlocking the phone and different fingers can be set to open different apps. It allows for multiple fingers to be used but its not very good/responsive. Im not sure if it has other uses. Oh and it requires a swipe compared to the tap of the iphone and pocketnow said that it caused smudging to the camera cause your finger would go on it. If it was more responsive it would be much more useful.
posted on Nov 04, 2013, 10:57 PM 1
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The HTC One Max was a very bad move from HTC. HTC One was a huge success, why destroy it by bringing out this rubbish!! What is new about the Max? that stupid finger print scanner, rubbish!! This will not even sell 10% of what the HTC One sold.
posted on Nov 04, 2013, 5:05 PM 0
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Does it pose a threat to my iphone 5??
posted on Nov 04, 2013, 5:24 PM 0
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a string and a cup is a threat to your iphone 5
posted on Nov 04, 2013, 5:30 PM 4
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Although I want a one max, I personally think this is a fail entrance by HTC to compete in the phablet category along with the note3. They only made a bigger one with the same specs as the original and there is nothing enticing to a consumer, whereas the note3 is almost better in every way including price. These factors were not considered by HTC and I believe the one max is just a rush out from the company
posted on Nov 04, 2013, 11:08 PM 0
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When the HELL is HTC going to put out Another Windows Phone? Put Windows Phone 8.1 on the HTC MAX and bring it to Sprint! Why does almost everyone treat Sprint like the Redheaded Orphaned Stepchild Twice Removed and Disowned on a Regular Basis? Bring a Good HTC Windows Phone to Sprint! A Good High End Phone! Not the HTC 8XT Low End Phone!
posted on Nov 05, 2013, 4:20 AM 0
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