- Size (LWH): 3.25 inches, 0.41 inches, 6.48 inches
- Weight: 7.68 ounces
- Network Compatibility: LTE
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 1680 minutes
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 393 hours
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HTC One Max Verizon
More screen size, more camera, more everything. ..
Supersized 5.9 inch screen and amped speakers. Feature-rich camera, and customized personal home screen that connects you to real-time news posts. All powered by our biggest battery to fuel the most demanding user.
Now accessing your files is simple. Backside sensor panel unlocks the phone with the swipe of your finger. Here’s to convenience!
Change your experience.
Experience HTC Ultrapixel Camera
No fancy software or skills needed. Choose from great music themes or from your own personal library to add the soundtrack. Create high-definition 30 second video shorts with footage from any event. Make everyday moments amazing with HTC Zoe photo and Video Highlights. Then share your life story in full emotion.
Hear HTC Boomsound
Dual front-facing stereo speakers—with built-in amps—project audio with attitude. Enjoy and share your music, your videos, your games, and your content with the best sound available on a smartphone. Untame your audio with HTC BoomSound.
Experience HTC Blinkfeed
Everyone’s needs and interests are unique. With HTC BlinkFeed you can build your own personal, automatically refreshing home screen with the information and updates you want, including Instagram. Life happens now—so does HTC Blinkfeed.
Powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor
With its efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, the HTC One max responds faster, games better, and lasts longer. Accelerated 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.
|CPU Speed||Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor||1.7GHz quad-core CPUs|
|Android Platform||Android with HTC Sense 5.5||HTC BlinkFeed|
|Memory||RAM: 2 GB||Total storage: 32 GB, available capacity varies. Expansion card slot supports microSD memory card for up to 64 GB|
|Sensors||Gyro sensor, Accelerometer, Proximity sensor||Ambient light sensor, Fingerprint scanner|
|Sound Enhancement||HTC BoomSound, Sense Voice||Dual frontal stereo speakers with built-in amplifiers|
|Camera||HTC UltraPixel Camera, BSI sensor, Pixel size 2.0 µm, Sensor size 1/3'; Dedicated HTC ImageChip 2 f/2.0 aperture and 28 mm lens; Smart Flash: Five levels of flash automatically set by distance to subject; 1080p Full HD video recording with HDR video||Front Camera: 2.1 MP, 88 degree wide angle lens with HDR capability Front Camera: 1080p Full HD video recording HTC Zoe with Sequence Shot, Always Smile and Object Removal Gallery with Video Highlights and HTC Share Continuous shooting and VideoPic|
|Battery||Capacity: 3300 mAh; Embedded rechargeable Li-polymer battery||Talk time: Up to 25 hours for 3G; Standby time: Up to 585 hours for 3G|
Phone will also include charger, wall port for charger, a phone case and an arm band for running.
Top Customer Reviews
The casing is aluminum and does have both a premium look and feel.
My only real gripe so far is that the volume when I am listening to someone talk is t the loudest. I do have to struggle a bit to hear.
All in all this is a great phone. If you like a large premium phone and you have pockets large enough for it, pick one up.
I came from the 5" galaxy s4. This one is so much larger, yes, it's big.
Coming to the HTC One MAX after a long history with Samsung devices including the Note 2, Gs4 and Note 3 most recently. I actually picked up 2 HTC One Max's (One for myself, one for the wife) after experiencing very poor reception issues with two different Note 3's over a period of 3 months.
I didn't think I'd ever like anything as much as the Samsung Note series but the One Max easily meets or exceeds in every aspect other than the S-Pen. I do miss the S-Pen and used it daily. I really wish HTC would have taken the time to add a stylus to this 5.9" masterpiece. Call quality, build quality, cell reception and especially UI are better on the One Max by a sizable margin.
The camera on the One Max takes great pictures AFTER you manually adjust some settings. Out of the box pictures struggled next to Note 3 with the Note 3 taking better "auto" shots but after a few adjustments of the Max's exposure, contrast and saturation the pictures are comparable and the features/capabilities are more robust on the Max. The UltraPixel image sensor on the Max lets in 300% more light per pixel compared to the Note 3 making for some seriously good low light shots. The key to taking great pictures on the Max is tapping the screen to focus on the light/dark areas of the shot to compliment the picture and use the increased light sensitivity to your advantage. Like I said the pictures are a little bit more work on the One Max but they are so worth it.
Front facing speakers on the Max are about 3x louder than the Note 3 AND crystal clear. Very enjoyable for media consumption and every sound has an HD clarity to it you can't get on the back/down down firing mono speaker found on other phones.
Battery life is comparable to the Note 3. Nothing to report there. You should get a full day or more even for the heaviest users.
SLCD. At first the Max seemed very flat compared to the Note 3 if you are accustom to AMOLED, but after using the SLCD for a few days you will start to notice that the screen is crystal clear and everything looks almost like a printed picture ,VERY SMOOTH and crystal clear. Its hard to explain the crispness of the screen with words, you really need to see it in person. I quickly noticed the AMOLED looks blown out and not as crisp on the Note 3, especially if you look closely at the pixels. For instance when viewing white pixels on a dark background the AMOLED pixels almost "flare" and I found this to be very offensive to my eyes after a few days of using the Max's SLCD. Where the SLCD really shines is outdoor use or even use with shades on. I always struggled with the AMOLED in those situations but the brightness and clarity of the SLCD blows me away every time I see it outdoors.
Size. There is no doubt that the One Max is a huge device. It is noticeably bigger and heavier than the Note 3 but after a couple days I much preferred the heft and feel of the Max in my hand. After that the Note 3 feels surprisingly cheap/plasticky/light and small in the hand which I didn't think was possible. I don't have any problem using the Max with one hand for basic tasks especially if you set a swipe down gesture to expand the notification bar.
Anyways after 10 days using both side by side there was no question in my mind the HTC One Max is the better device between the two. You can't really go wrong with the One Max if you are shopping for a new Phablet. The build quality, camera, and especially SenseUI are nothing short of spectacular. If you've never had a Phablet before, the size may be a bit overwhelming at first. Give it a few days and I promise you'll never want to go back!