HTC One Max UK SIM-Free Smartphone - Silver (16GB)
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- Fingerprint scan: a more convenient way to access your phone
- Maximise everything: massive 5.9" display with stereo speakers for sizzling videos and films
- Largest battery ever: Long-lasting power, maximised entertainment
- Images with maximum impact: HTC UltraPixel Camera offers high quality photos, even in low light conditions
- HTC BlinkFeed: personalise your home screen with content from multiple countries
- Storage: Total Storage: 16GB, RAM: 2GB, microSD support up to 64GB
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With a sleek aluminium body, a 5.9" touchscreen, a live home screen that streams all of your favourite content, a photo gallery that comes to life and dual frontal stereo speakers, the new HTC One Max is ready to reshape your smartphone experience
Your home screen. Your world. With HTC BlinkFeed on your phone, you're never out of touch with your world. All your favorite content is streamed live onto one screen. If it's happening now, you'll find it on your home screen.
Awesome camera. Awesome imaging tools. Get perfect images with one-press continuous shooting, VideoPic
Slim phone. Fat sound. Dual frontal stereo speakers are teamed with powerful amplifiers, so everyone can hear what you're hearing. Share music, share videos, share games-and share them loudly.
HTC Zoe: Your photo gallery brought to life.
Capturing a moment takes more than one image. That's why the new HTC One Max includes the HTC UltraPixel Camera. Press the shutter and the HTC One Max automatically captures up to 20 photos and a 3-second video-a picture that's alive. So your entire photo album becomes a living, breathing gallery.
HTC BoomSound: Sharper, richer, louder.
On the average smartphone, sharing music or a video with friends is a frustrating experience. A tiny speaker will tame even the most ferocious track. But the new HTC One Max's BoomSound changes all that. Dual frontal stereo speakers powered by built-in amplifiers deliver bigger sound with less distortion and more detail.
HTC BlinkFeed. Your live home screen.
With HTC BlinkFeed, simply pick the social networks, news and feeds you want to stay updated on and they'll all stream live to your home screen. The pulse of your world is in the palm of your hand
Refined design. Rugged build. Inspired results.
Full metal body. Zero gap* construction. And tapered edges that offer a slim but satisfying grip. The new HTC One Max is phone design that doesn't compromise.
Create Your Own Video Highlight.
HTC Video Highlights automatically selects the highlights of an event to craft a stunning 30-second show. No fancy software or skills needed. Choose from great music themes to add to the effect. Change the sequences if you want. Then release your life movie right away, with one-press sharing for everyone to enjoy.
Sense Voice: Call clarity-even in a crowd.
The world doesn't include a volume knob. So talking on the phone in any loud, crowded environment can be a challenge. The new HTC One solves that problem with Sense Voice. It includes dual built-in microphones that detect loud ambient noise and will then dynamically boost the in-call voice to compensate. Hurrah for clarity.
HTC One Max Silver
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So onto testing and discovering what the Max has! Firstly I was wowed by the screen size so was desperate to try it's cinematic mode, (full HD and boomsound) the screen was perfect, even in 3G which I mainly use day to day on my network it was just excessively awesome, from downloads to YouTube all the way to streaming this had to be what buying a HTC one Max was worthy of, if just for movie watching. Then you have the social media side, this is what my job is, communication and journolism and without a handset that could keep up with my demands and flexibility then there would be no point, the HTC one Max surpassed this, as this blog will testify it allows me to get out everything needed.
Other great things have to be the battery life, personally I get a full 8 hours, but for less heavy users you'd easily get 10-15 hours, it holds up to usability standards and doesn't cut you short.
I've enjoyed having the Max, the only downsides are that one handed messaging just won't work however much you try and charging the huge battery up takes time so invest in a battery bank in case you forget to plug in the night before. Then there's the finger print scanner, personally I found it awkward to use and think HTC fell into the finger print scanner fad.
The HTC one Max isn't complicated to use, it's probably one of the best user friendly devices on the market, HTC really have thought of the user throughout from every age group who would use this, the only major issue you'll have with the Max is the fact it pulls attention and people will ask you constantly to show them what it does and how big it is, its definitely a conversation piece.
The weight and size is taking a while to get used to, but I expected that, with my last phone being the tiny HTC Wildfire. The Max takes better pictures than I could have imagined, and all the camera effects and editing software look very exciting. Pictures look great on the big screen. However, much as I like the main camera, I don't like the front camera for selfies at all - I know I am getting old but it seems to emphasise every wrinkle, blemish, uneven skintone, and bags under my eyes. But maybe I really do look 99 years old and never realised it before.
Have not had chance to try the phone yet as we live in a no signal area and I have to link it to a gadget called a Sure Signal which so far has not recognised that I still have the same phone number but the SIM card contents have been moved to a new card in the new phone.Read more ›
Professional reviewers complain that it doesn't have the latest Snapdragon 800 processor, that there is no optical stabilisation for photo taking. Both are true but a) the Snapdragon 600 is more than sufficient: this phone runs even better than the HTC One, and the HTC One is the smoothest phone I have ever had (no lag as with the Samsung Galaxy) and b) a slightly lower speed means that battery use is also lessened. After a full day of heavy use (I spend half my life checking emails, looking at work documents, browsing the internet etc, it seems!) I still had 55%. That has never happened to me before with any phone. And I haven't noticed any difference with photo taking, even in low light.
At the end of the day, what matters most is not technical specs, it is the comfort of use, and for this, the One Max is unbeatable (by contrast, for ex, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has significantly higher specs, but it stutters, just like the S4 itself). So here are the strong points of the HTC One Max from a heavy user's perspective:
- wonderful screen, clear and crisp, and so much space! It makes reading, browsing, watching films, videos, looking at photos so much easier. Your photos don't look like blown up stamps anymore, you can actually see (and edit) details. It also means that the keyboard is a little bigger, which makes for better typing. The native keyboard is good but do yourself a favour and get Swiftkey...
- size: yes, it takes space, but it is SO worth it.Read more ›
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Great Phone, ive had it for nearly 2 years now and its time to Upgrade, But really liked this phone.Published 11 months ago by Sarah
The one of the best phone I have ever owned. All aluminium, long battery life, no heating issues, splendid stereo speakers, top-notch audio quality. Micro SD expansion. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Stonebirk Technovore
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