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HTC One Max review: Bigger isn’t always better

on November 26, 2013

Gigaom

The HTC One is probably my favorite Android(s goog) phone ever. Its combination of a stunning display, gorgeous industrial build and top-notch specs make it a formidable device more than seven months after it first came out. I’m not a huge fan of HTC’s overbearing Sense software, but there’s always the Google Play edition if you want to escape it completely.

It makes sense, then, that a supersized version of the HTC One – the 5.9-inch HTC One Max— should be just as good, right? Only it isn’t. After all, seven months is a long time, especially in the smartphone world. While the One Max is plenty powerful, it doesn’t quite measure up to Samsung’s latest “phablet,” the Galaxy Note 3, which offers improved performance and a better camera. And perhaps more importantly, thanks to solid multitasking and a built-in stylus, the Galaxy Note 3 makes a case for…

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