Tom-Helge, 20 Oct 2013I'll guess HTC knows that nobody want's that phone anyways :-).Thats the feeling of insecurity I think.
MaxPower, 18 Oct 2013GSM you already posted that the Max would be exclusive to a carrier in the UK. So I don't unde... moreNo, that is not quite what they said. In the UK it will be exclusive to Vodafone. That does not mean it will not be sold in other countries.
HTC is giving a good lesson of how to lose money and get angry of consumers
Sad. Well wait. Maybe not. I will have to actually get my hands on one to see. How it feels. If HTC (hopefully) optimized it. How it performs. I would have bought the HTC ONE earlier, but the LG G Pro blew it away. Bigger display. But take heart. The HTC ONE even back then BLEW away the Samsung S4. And all three demolish the anything Apple. You may like small and cute (Apple). I want it ALL. Great looks. Performance. Customization if/as I want. You know, a real phone. In this case size does matter. So much easier to navigate the display. Much less pinching and Zooming!
PS HTC you have to follow this up with a MAX PLUS. With that one, then you add the Snapdragon 800/400. Same size display as this one. Oh, and a stylus! DO like Audi did with the Audi 5000. It was a Great car at fair market price. Audi shook things up with a surprizing discount. Not huge, but it sure captured market/mind share. Might work for you too. We all want a strong Android Market. That includes you, HTC.
This is the worst news I have ever heard. I am dissapointed by this decision.
Moo, 17 Oct 2013can this company goes bankrupt already, PLEASESamsung will buy it....or even better...Google will
I'll guess HTC knows that nobody want's that phone anyways :-).
HTC, plz don't become another blackberry. Release updated phones to be in competition.
That finger print scanner ruined the "Premium" look and left the backside with an ugly shape
Anonymous, 17 Oct 2013Extremely disappointing... Guess it's off to the Note 3, then.Don't know why you would even consider the Max over the GN3 in the first place?
The "UK exculsive" comment means it will only be on Vodafone in the UK. Outside of this, HTC can do what they want.
GSM you already posted that the Max would be exclusive to a carrier in the UK. So I don't understand the reason for this article.