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HTC One max



HTC One max
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HTC One max
Homerís two great works, The Iliad and The Odyssey, are technically poems. In the exact same way that an inch-thick tome can be a poem, the HTC One max is a phone. It has all the requisite characteristics: 3G and 4G connectivity, an earpiece and multiple microphones, and a design that invites you to use it like a regular smartphone. And yet, itís just so big.
The new 5.9-inch member of HTCís One family takes the vaunted One design up into a higher weight class, squaring up against the likes of Samsungís Galaxy Note 3 and Sonyís Xperia Z Ultra. Unlike those devices, however, the One max pays no special fealty to pen or stylus input its secret weapon in the battle for consumer attention is a back-mounted fingerprint scanner. So, eight months after its initial launch, the HTC One gets supersized and fingerprint-savvy. Does that keep it in the running for best Android smartphone? Or does the extra size drag it down

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