The HTC One is still one of the better smartphones to be released this year, and since then we’ve seen the HTC One Mini launch in the US, bringing with it a bite sized Sense 5 experience wrapped up in the familiar and sexy design as the original. Of course, we knew HTC likely wouldn’t stop there, and the One Max was born.
The HTC One Max brings a massive 5.9 inch display to the company’s flagship lineup, and also ships with a few features that not only set it apart from its family, but many other smartphones on the market today.
Firmly planted into phablet territory, the HTC One Max is going to be just too big for some people. Phablet devices are growing in popularity, but the HTC One Max faces some stiff competition with phablets such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Sony Xperia Z Ultra. While most manufacturers pump out phablet devices that are just straight up bigger versions of their flagship devices, it is clear that HTC made sure to take their time with the HTC One Max, making sure it provided new features and improved hardware, setting it apart from the HTC One. In this review, we’ll see if this is the go-to phablet to grab right now. Read on!