HTC One Max (16GB, Silver, Unlocked)
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- SKU: 255285
- , EAN: 4718487641543
- , Mfr: 803s
- , Brand: HTC
HTC One Max Accessories and Cases
- Parrot Zik Headphones by Starck
- Parrot Zik by Starck Yellow Gold
- Parrot Zik by Starck Rose Gold
- HTC One max Car kit CAR D180
- Jaybird uSport Universal Bluetooth Adapter, 3.5mm For Jaybird BlueBuds and Other Music Players
- mobio Go - Car Mount
HTC One Max Features
Maximise everything, massive screen and amped speakers for films that sizzle. Feature-rich camerea gives you artistic photo flair, and home screen posts connect you to real-time news. All powered by our biggest battery to fuel the most demanding user. Introducing the HTC One Max: more screen size, more camera, more everything.
Super-sized Camera Tools
Don’t look at your photos. Relive them. Dual capture mode displays the photographer’s reactions with a mirror view picture-in-picture. HTC Scribble function allows you to draw on your pics, and Photo Editor feature lets you create GIFs. Maximize your wow moments and make every day unforgettable.
HTC BoomSound™: Unleashed Sound
Unchain your audio with volume blasting towards you, not away. Serve up your films, videos and music with the decibels that you deserve from dual frontal stereo speakers boosted with built-in amps. Stop stooping towards your phone and put your content onstage with HTC BoomSound™.
Users unlock their phones over 20 times a day on average. The HTC One Max removes this hassle with a rear-side fingerprint scanner that unlocks the phone as well as launches your favourite apps with a single finger swipe. Up to three fingers can be registered. Forget complicated passwords, with the HTC One Max, you’re just a swipe away.
HTC BlinkFeed™: Social Intelligence
Enhanced HTC BlinkFeed™ gives you news recommendations when you sign in to your social networks based on your likes, for breaking news that matters most*. The HTC One Max allows you to customise an HTC BlinkFeed from a wide range of global sources, for more personalised updates. *Supports selected social network sites. See your provider for details.
The powerful Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor in the HTC One Max accelerates performance for lightning-fast apps, downloads and web surfing. Revved-up graphics processing speed is designed to make gameplay smooth and quick. It enables up to 40% faster battery charging too. With its efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, the HTC One Max responds faster, games better and lasts longer
Features you'll love:
- Maximised imaging tools. Dual-capture mode frames personal reactions with picture-in-picture results and HTC Scribble feature frees your inner artist
- Maximised bass. Dual front-facing stereo speakers and built-in amps create louder bass for booming audio
- Maximised convenience. Fingerprint Scan unlocks your phone and launches favourite apps with a simple swipe.
- Shipping Weight: 0.99lb
- System: Android 4.3 Jelly Bean
- Processor: 1.7 GHz / Quad Core / Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 600
- Memory: Internal: 16 GB / RAM: 2 GB / Slot type: microSD / Max. slot capacity: 64 GB
- Display: 5.9" / LCD / Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels / 373 ppi
- Camera: 4 Mpixels / HTC UltraPixel Camera, BSI sensor, Pixel size 2.0 µm, Sensor size 1/3', F2.0 aperture and 28 mm lens, Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) / Flash: LED / Video: 1080p full HD / Front: 2.1 Mpixels Network: 4G: 800/1800/2600 MHz / 3G: 850/900/1900/2100 MHz / GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
- Wireless: Bluetooth: 4.0 / Wifi: IEEE 802.11 a/ac/b/g/n / DLNA, NFC
- Connection: Jack 3.5 mm / micro USB
- GPS: aGPS
- Sensors: Accelerometer, Ambient Light Sensor, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Proximity sensor
- Battery: 3300 mAh
- Battery life: Standby time: > 585 / Talk time: > 25
- Weight: 217 g
- by Genez
- Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Bigger can be better!
The HTC One Max, its just a larger version of the HTC One, isn't it?! Well, yes & no. While both models have a lot in common, having both devices, I feel that the user experience has a distinction. I find the larger screen real estate on the One Max really lends itself to reading/browsing and multimedia activities better, though the One isn't a slouch in that respect, just that the larger screen is an advantage there. Screen - the large 5.9" Super LCD3 is something that doesn't disappoint and supporting Full HD output, it makes viewing text, reading, watching clips/videos & editing photos a breeze. Despite the screen size, it doesn't seem to be as large as you'll expect, thanks to HTC's well thought out industrial design. Audio - BoomSound speakers still rock. No Beats Audio on this model, but I don't miss it as I'm not a fan of its sound profile. Dual front facing speakers still make listening to music, videos and the like an enjoyable experience, without a need to cup over the rear speakers like other mobiles. Camera - 4mp Ultrapixel unit similar to the One, it has the additional features of the Dual shot mode, as well as an anti-shake mode possible to compensate for the lack of OIS (optical image stabilisation) which was on the One. It does not disappoint though. Take good pics and performs well in video mode as well. Superb for making Zoes and video highlights. Coupled with the larger screen, it makes viewing easy on the eyes when reviewing shots. Hardware - While some people might lament the Snapdragon 600 as not being powerful enough, but in my experience, it has no issues with lag or performance bottlenecks with the 2Gb RAM on board, using the phone, Blinkfeed and any other application, I've not had issues with it in the 2 months I've had the One Max. Fingerprint scanner - To some this seems like a gimmick, but it does add a layer of security for users. Not to mention that it makes one handed unlocking a straight forward affair. But it also has the ability to fire up applications like how I've set it to fire up the camera app if I swipe the pre-programmed finger. Works well, though I would ideally like to see more functionality to it in time to come. Battery life - This is where the One Max stands out. Thanks in no small part to its superb software optimization with Sense 5.5, and of course the large 3300 mAh battery on the One Max, that my battery bank has taken an indefinite hiatus for the time being. All in all, I think the HTC One Max is a very compelling device, phablet lovers & loathers alike (I must admit I was leaning towards the latter group, initially) should give it a try and be surprised at what it offers. It has lots to offer and you might just be surprised at how much you'll enjoy the larger screen.
- by fatimaalkaff
- Sunday, February 09, 2014
So I got the opportunity from HTC to test out HTC One Max and I've been using it for two months now and I must say I'm impressed. Since my previous phone was HTC One S (I thought it was *good* enough and I never had any problems with it), moving up to One Max is totally an amazing experience. Despite the big size (two-hands holding phablet but I easily adjusted to), HTC One Max really is a must have if you're into multimedia smartphone. It escalades my entartainment experience: 5'9" screen and such clarity is indulgent for my eyes to watch video, and games. The double front speakers (and boomsound!) deliver great audio more than I expected. And the fingerprint scanner is really helpful to secure my phone (prevent my toddlers to unlock and play it out). Some users might find the difficulty to run this feature due to the scanner position or etc, but for me it's perfect. I am able unlock/launch an app by scanning it right 4 out of 5 trials. HTC did their work well by Sense 5.5: The smooth UI is undebatable. Blinkfeed feature that gives me a quick round up for news and my soc med accounts. The ability to organize icons in app drawer pleases me. Video hilight and Zoe camera outstands this phone to any others at its group. Anyway, two features in One Max that I really enjoy now are: HTC Scribble (built-in feature) to write/share notes in so many exciting ways (yes, it includes a photo blog template and many more!) Dual capture option that allows me to take picture both front and rear camera at the same time resulting both good photo especially for indoor/low light photo (as long as I don't zoom in). For a sum, I score this phone 9 out of 10.
- by ugwug
- Sunday, February 09, 2014
Best Premium Android Phone!
I received a HTC One Max unit from HTC for my testing and review. My opinion of the HTC One Max is not one full of technical jargon but of one of a “layman” view of the phone. Now as a user of the HTC One, the HTC One Max looked huge when I first laid my eyes on it. However, after using the HTC One Max for about two months now, my HTC One is now such a small phone to me whereas the HTC One Max has now become my favourite and feels just spot on right in my hand. The HTC One Max oozes pure entertainment excitement with great performance specifications. The phablet size HTC One Max running on Android 4.3 with a 5.9" full HD 1080p display looks simply awesome. Weighing at only 217g, this phablet packs a punch! While most of the HTC One specifications are found in the HTC One Max with the same premium design. there are several additions to take note of: • A micro SD card slot has been added (up to 64GB) plus a free 50GB of online storage on Google Drive for exclusively for HTC One Max owners. I personally rejoice with this addition as I take a lot of photos (I really mean A LOT) and being able to store my photos on the SD card is great news to me! • Built in Fingerprint Scan to lock/unlock the screen. It also enable owners to quickly launch up to three applications with three different fingerprints accordingly. I love the quick way I can unlock my phone with this feature. I also use two other different fingerprint to launch the Camera and the other to launch my favourite Photo App, Pixlr Express. • Dual Capture; simultaneously shoot a video or a photo with the front and rear camera together to capture both views. Eg. rollercoaster rides where one can shoot the ride and one's reaction at the same time! I had used this to capture my friend’s antics while playing Wii and also badminton and on the other side, me, laughing my head off. Hahaha.... • Battery performance of up to 25 hours of talktime and 585 hours for standby from the 3300mAh battery capacity! While I have not counted my actual hours of talktime and standby, I have been able to use my phone from morning to the time I retire for the night and still have some battery juice left. As mentioned, apart from using the HTC One Max to take lots of photos (it takes great photos! I just can’t enough of it! The low light shots are great with the Ultrapixels), photo editing, Facebook, checking emails, communicating on WhatsApp, watching more videos (as I love the big screen), it does well for a day’s worth of performance for such usage. • HTC Sense 5.5 which comes with lots of great new features! One of the thing I do love is the quick settings grid. It’s so much easier and faster to access the settings now plus the fact that it also allows me to prioritize which 12 of the 21 items given to appear in the grid. The HTC One Max looks almost exactly like the HTC One, except that it's bigger. Anyone looking for a phablet (a phone and tablet!) as their next purchase, just stop right here. This is the BEST PREMIUM Android phone in the market right now in my opinion.
by rtncy on 04 December 2013 at 10:02