So nothing new here, it really is just big HTC ONE
with fingerprint sensor and better battery and cardslot. Not worth to buy.
What? No 2.3 quadcore? Only 1.7 and no super lcd and gprilla glass samsung galaxy note 3 is still the best and powerful phone ever
This is bulky at 10.3mm but only Snapdragon 600.
I'd rather go for Sony XPeria Z Ultra or Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with Snapdragon 800.
What wrong with the specs :
Chipset Qualcomm APQ8064 Snapdragon 600
CPU Quad-core 1.7 GHz Krait 300
GPU Adreno 320
looks HTC backward.
Wow! If the specs sheet is right, this will be a bigger phone than the HTC One X! It's about time that they came up with a "phablet"!
I love how you all constantly moan over the camera on this thing. who are you guys? amateur budding photographers? the camera is good enough, it is only a phone afterall jeeeez, as long as it calls and texts then there shouldnt be an issue - if there is then your buying a phone for the wrong purpose, get a tablet or a laptop!
I don't understand how they have selected the 4 M pixel for the main camera for one or one max when all smartphone equipped with at least 8 MP .they made good body but the destroy it by the 4MP .
The decision maker of this idea has to be kicked out from HTC!!!!!!!
Xuk, 08 Oct 2013I will take 4 Ultrapixels (4MP) over a regular 8MP or even 12MP. The quality in low light is ... moreDon't make a fool out of yourself. The Galaxy S4 takes better low-light shots than the ultrapixel camera.
I hope it will have snapdragon 800. If so, I definitely will buy one.
If not, I will be super sad...
Note 3 with a Snapdragon 800 with 3GB of ram, the Max with a Snapdragon 600 with 2 GB of ram. Which one would you purchase, IMO I'd get the Note 3.
Cody, 06 Oct 2013Ultrapixel and megapixels are the same thing, This phone basically only has a 4 megapixel came... moreI will take 4 Ultrapixels (4MP) over a regular 8MP or even 12MP.
The quality in low light is quite significant, also with 4MP they take up less room.
I bet that 95% of camera phone users will never print a big copy of their picture. Remember that a 1080p Monitor is only 2MP Facebook lowers the resolution of your images to under 2MP.
I think the megapixel war has gone out of hand for phones.
Do you really need more than 4MP?
If you do, then get a real camera like a low end DSLR for $600 or a micro 4/3.