HTC One Max prices in Malaysia

HTC One-Max is the perfect description of what a Phablet should be: large enough screen for a wider viewing experience, a top notch camera, and a powerful processor. If you think a Phablet is what you need to get things done, this smartphone should definitely be on top of your list. Know more about it right here!

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HTC One Max Specs

Screen Size 5.9"
Scratch Resistant
Water Resistant
Pixel Density 373ppi
Display Resolution 1080 x 1920pixels
Rear Camera Resolution 4Megapixels
Dual camera
Front Camera Resolution 2.1Megapixels
Battery Capacity 3300mAh
Talk Time 25h
USB Connectors Micro-USB
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a
Operating System Android
Processor Quad Core
Weight 217Gram
Dimensions (W x H x D) 131.3 x 67.3 x 10.5MM
Body Material Metal
Release Year 2013
Expandable Memory
Card Slot
Dual SIM
SIM Card Micro-SIM
Virtual Reality Capable
Heart Rate Sensor
LED Notification Light
Face Recognition
Iris Scanner
Fingerprint Scanner
FM Radio
3D Touch

HTC One-Max Malaysia

HTC One-Max: The Phablet Entry of the HTC Family

Rarely do we get a phablet device from a smartphone brand such as the HTC, but when they do it, they definitely do it right. The screen size of this device which is 5.9-inch is precise enough to tell that this phone is nothing like the Note series of Samsung which can be disputed from being a phablet due to the inconsistency of its size since that series started. The HTC One-Max is without a doubt a Phablet by heart, and will surely win the hearts of its users through its bigger and more capable screen.

Screen Perfect for a Maximum Media Consumption

The 5.9-inch screen of the HTC One-Max is without a doubt meant to be enjoyed with tons of great movies and hardcore games. Not only is it big enough to provide a more comfortable viewing and gaming experience but its overall display quality is top notch: 1080p display (Full HD), 16M-color, Super LCD 3 touchscreen and a pixel density of 373ppi. The screen quality and resolution pretty much makes up for the excessive space for more pixels and could still manage to flaunt a highly detailed and vivid display.

Fast Processor and Uncompromising Graphics

This phone is powered by a Snapdragon Chipset with a Quad-core processor running at 1.7GHz. This processor is highly sufficient to run and open heavy application snappily and will not make the phone overheat easily. Aside from that, the GPU of the HTC One-Max is Adreno 320, one of the most up to date graphics processor in the market today that could render 3D graphics without any glitch. It other words, gaming will not be a problem. Also, its equipped with a 2GB RAM – big enough run multiple heavy applications without slowing down or crashing the phone.

Camera Performance: It’s Not About the Pixels

This phone’s primary camera is only packed with 4 Megapixels, however, it’s an UltraPixel 4MP shooter. The phone’s camera sensor boasts an outstanding performance in low lighting condition, making the pictures look as natural as they are in the actual scene. The compromise in the pixels pretty much makes up for the quality of shot, besides, who needs a monstrous pixel if you’re just going to share these pics in social media?

Another notable feature of its camera is the 60fps recording for 1080p videos. The videos will definitely look life as the higher frame rate makes the movement in the video look as natural as in the real life. This Phablet is definitely killing it in the camera department.

HTC One Max Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2014-10-03
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Reviewed on 2014-05-19
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Reviewed on 2014-05-02
Sharp screen, Great stereo speakers, Gorgeous UI, Expandable storage, cameraLess premium design, Doesn't bring the benefits that some do to that large screen
Looking rather like an HTC One on steroids, the One Max boasts a 5.9in screen in place of the One's 4.7in version. Look closely though, and differences start to appear. The back panel of the One Max is removable, doing away with the unibody metal design...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-21
Large, sharp and bright screen, Great performance, Long battery life, Good audioFingerprint scanner a little finicky, Unwieldy for those with smaller
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Reviewed on 2014-04-19
After the excellent HTC One, it was logical for HTC to sail into waters of large smartphones. As was the case with Sony Xperia Z and Z Ultra, HTC One Max is, basically, an enlarged HTC One, although the hardware differences are even smaller – practically ...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-27
Gorgeous display, Fast performance, Loads of storage, Excellent audio, Long battery lifeUnwieldy and cumbersome, Mediocre camera (lacking stabilisation)
It's unsurprising then, that in diversiying into the increasingly popular "phablet" space, HTC has continued with its striking metallic design on the larger scale. Does this translate well into the big form factor smartphone concept via the HTC One Max? R...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-24
It took them a long time but when Nokia finally made the jump to phablet devices at Nokia World 2013, they introduced not one but two new large-screen devices. The flagship is the Lumia 1520, which sports the latest features but also comes with a large pr...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-10
Arguably the success of Samsung over the past two years has been down to its philosophy of replicating its devices in multiple formats and sizes. This strategy isn't new as we've seen both BlackBerry and Nokia do this in yesteryear and with the One Max, H...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-03
A current trend for smartphone manufacturers is to take their latest high-end model and make it larger, perhaps with extras such as a stylus. With the One Max, HTC seems simply to have made a bigger, more expensive HTC One. The One Max certainly looks s...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-25
First Impression on HTC One MaxWhen I first got the HTC One Max, it looks quite huge and even larger than Samsung GALAXY Note 3. It retains the smart, sleek and curvy design of HTC One just that it is larger in size and has the new Fingerprint sensor devi...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-21
Before HTC unveils their new crop of flagships for this year, we thought we'd finish off the last remnant of the current line-up. The One Max is currently the most expensive offering from HTC which commands a high premium for its larger display and the ad...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-18
Completed Line Even with all the ailing problems that HTC has seen over the months of 2013, it has never failed to wow its fans, the adoring public and curious onlookers, as well as the general populace with every new flagship it rolls out. The HTC One Ma...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-08
Premium design and feel, HTC Sense is not overly intrusive, Excellent BoomSound stereo speakersFingerprint scanner is awkward to use, Back cover can be difficult to fit in place properly
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Reviewed on 2014-02-07
Zippy performance, Beautiful display, Excellent speakers, Great for gaming and entertainment purposesComically large and unwieldy, Finicky, useless fingerprint scanner, Camera downgraded from HTC One
Although its name might suggest that it's taking after HTC's acclaimed One flagship , the One Max is more accurately designed like a supersized version of the HTC One Mini , which wasn't quite as sexy. While the One's trademark curves and silver aluminum ...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-27
Fantastic battery life, Solid design, 5.9 inch, Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) displayHeavy (7.65 ounces), No stylus, Fixed battery
We all want more from our smartphones. Whether it’s more screen real estate, more battery life, a better camera, or more storage for pictures, videos, and games, it seems there’s always something we could use more of from our phones. Manufacturers are ...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-24
Large, bright screen, Solid build quality, Long battery lifePoorly thoughtout fingerprint scanner, Difficult to grip with smaller hands
This might come off as sexist, but the HTC One Max is not a phone made with women in mind — other than, perhaps, members of the WNBA.While the aptly named Samsung Galaxy Mega with its 6.3-inch screen is slightly taller and wider, the 5.9-inch Max is thick...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-19
The launch of the original Samsung Galaxy Note a few years ago kick started a growing trend for larger sized displays on smartphones with a number of different company's joining the party, and today we have an HTC One Max review as we are handling the mas...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-18
Good, Great screen, Excellent sound, Camera works well in low lightMore expensive than the competition, Relatively weak processor, Flimsy rear panel and clasp
Big-screened phones are nothing new at this point. Samsung, which currently dominates pretty much every price band of the Android market, wasn't the first to market but it did prove that the category could be extremely lucrative. The Galaxy Note was a run...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Decent battery life, Great 1080p display, Fantastic audio qualityThick, heavy and bulky, Fingerprint scanner can be tricky, Camera is low-res and lacks OIS
The debate around giant smartphones is over. Manufacturers like Samsung, Sony and LG have amply demonstrated that it's possible to build a pocketable, phone-like device with a screen bigger than five inches. Now it's HTC's turn. But instead of re-imaginin...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-24
Competition in its true sense. HTC and Samsung both are offering you one of their best gadgets yet! But the problem always arises is when everyone is offering you such good products, which one do you choose?They aren't really your palm size to be honest. ...

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