71
Engadget
Score
A dependable product that doesn't really stand out from the competition.
71

A dependable product that doesn't really stand out from the competition.

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HTC One Max review

The One Max isn't much of an upgrade over the One and its features don't warrant the excessive volume or weight. Its screen, speakers and battery life are saving graces, however, and give it some credibility as a media player.

Pros
  • Decent battery life
  • Great 1080p display
  • Fantastic audio quality
Cons
  • Thick, heavy and bulky
  • Fingerprint scanner can be tricky
  • Camera is low-res and lacks OIS
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Average Critic Score

Reception and call quality

80
 

Display

90
 

Battery life

86
 

Camera

77
 

Ease of use

60
 

Design and form factor

71
 

Portability (size / weight)

56
 

Media support

80
 

Durability

76
 

Ecosystem (apps, accessories, etc.)

66
 

How It Stacks Up

88

Engadget

88
 

Critic

82
 

User

93
 
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80
 

Critic

78
 

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84

Engadget

84
 

Critic

81
 

User

80
 
87

Engadget

87
 

Critic

83
 

User

90
 
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User

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