HTC one Max Review and Specs

By on October 22, 2013

HTC continues to leave its users awestruck with every new product that it launches. It is true that the once market leader in the Smartphone industry is nowhere near being the market leader in the industry any-more, however, just like the company’s tag line says, it is quietly brilliant. HTC loyalists do not prefer any other Smartphone over their HTC Smartphones and that is what ensures a good market share for the company.

With the latest developments in the industry, they much anticipated HTC ONE Line has amazed users quite a bit. The last member of this line, the HTC One Max is the phone that I will be reviewing in this post today.



 
Let’s start with the main features and the advantages that this phone has. For someone like me who has loads of stuff to store in my phone, the biggest advantage that its predecessors did not have is that of an extendible memory. With the storage expanded, this phone is ideal for videos and movies with the big screen that it has.

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HTC One Max Specifications

The camera is a 4MP Ultra-pixel camera, yes that’s right, the Mega-pixel age looks over with the introduction of an Ultra pixel camera. The front camera too is a good 2.1 Mega-pixel camera. The processor is a heavy Quad Core 1.7 GHz Krait 300 CPU with a 2 GB RAM, and Adreno 320 GPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 chipset.

 

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The HTC one Max  comes equipped with the latest Android 4.3 Jelly-bean operating software. The phone has a sleek aluminium body that adds to the beauty of the device and makes it stand out from the rest.

 

HTC one max Specs

 

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However, it is worth mentioning that not all features of the phone are perfect. For starters, the Snapdragon 600 processor is no longer the trendiest and the best processor. With the phone’s price tag, a better processor could have been expected. Secondly, the ultra pixel camera may sound great but has a tendency to deteriorate image quality in natural light.

The battery is also not user replaceable and with the heating up problems that HTC phones generally have, user replaceable batteries are a must.

On average, though, the company has managed to create a phone that gives users their value for money and has the capability to satisfy users despite certain flaws.

About Anas Iqbal Khan

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