HTC One Max Now Available From Verizon for $299

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The HTC One Max, with its massive 5.9-inch HD display and Snapdragon 600 processor, is now available from Verizon for $299 on two-year contract or $599 at full retail (woof). Leaked for months before its unveiling, the One Max is sort of a mix between the original One and One Mini, only it has been supersized. With its current specs and gimmicky fingerprint scanner, it tends to fall in the mid-range One Mini category, only HTC and Verizon clearly think this is a top tier device given the price.  (more…)

HTC One Max Dummy Units Arrive in Verizon Stores, Price to be $299

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Waiting to get your hands on the One Max (hands-on) through Verizon? Anybody? Well, just in case you actually are, you should know that dummy units are starting to arrive at retail locations, priced at what is expected to be $299 on a new two year agreement. For that price, you will spend the next two years with a device sporting a massive 5.9″ 1080p display, a Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and an UltraPixel camera.  (more…)

Video: HTC One Max Unboxing and Hands-on

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This week, we finally got our hands on the leviathan known as the One Max from HTC. It is currently available from Sprint, running on the 4G LTE network, purchasable for the price of $149.99 on a two year agreement when porting your number to their network. To cut to the chase, this is the largest phone we have probably ever held. Not only is it massive, but given its metallic body, it is also extremely heavy to hold. It’s an incredibly unique experience, and we are pretty excited to put it through the paces.  (more…)

HTC One Max Now Available From Sprint, Priced at $149.99 With New Contract

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HTC’s massive phablet – the One Max – is now on sale over at Sprint. The device is starting at $149.99 on a two year agreement, but can also be purchased off contract for just $599.99. The One Max is an extremely large device, featuring a whopping 5.9″ Full HD display, a quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor (the same that is in the One), 2GB of RAM, an UltraPixel back-side shooter, 4G LTE, BoomSound, Fingerprint Scanner, and a 3300mAh battery.  (more…)

HTC One Max Coming to Sprint This Friday for $249.99 On Contract

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The many, many leaks that we had leading up to the official announcement of the One Max from HTC, clued us in that it would certainly be going to more carriers than just Verizon. This morning, a listing for the Sprint variant of the One Max went live on Best Buy’s website, divulging that the device will have a $249.99 price on contract. Sprint decided to follow suit and make the announcement official.  (more…)

Press Renders Leaked for AT&T and Verizon HTC One Max

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When first announced, it was only apparent that the One Max would hit Sprint and Verizon, but thanks to some newly leaked press renders from @evleaks, it appears that AT&T is also getting in on the fun.

For those not keeping track, this device features a 5.9-inch Full HD 1080p LCD, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, 2GB of RAM, an Ultrapixel (4MP) camera, a 3300mAh non-removable battery, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, and quite a bit more. Those are good specs, but most were surprised that HTC didn’t attempt to match Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 specs, which are pretty much future proof.  (more…)

HTC One Max Specs

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Shortly after HTC announced the One Max, a couple of readers asked for the full spec list which included dimensions and weight. We’ve got that all plus more listed for you below. We even included all of the wireless bands that the U.S. variants (Verizon and Sprint) will work on both nationally and internationally.  (more…)

HTC Announces the One Max, An Oversized Phone Just to Say “Hey, We Have a Big Phone Too!”

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HTC made the One Max official this morning. Yes, that same One Max that has leaked regularly since June. There are no surprises to be had here, should you have been following this saga from the beginning. It’s like the HTC One, though much less premium, so maybe the One Mini? It’s the One Mini Max! Or…why does this phone exist? Oh, because big phones are a thing, and HTC finally decided to join in on the party.  (more…)