Dear All HTC lovers,
I have questions regarding the HTC One Max.
I am a gadget lover, I used to have HTC, Nokia, LG, Iphone, and Samsung. I am currently using Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
My questions are:
1. Does HTC One MAX has stylus? since I really need the stylus to help my work...
2. Does HTC use Snapdragon 600 or Snapdragon 800?
3. Which is better: HTC One MAX? Samsung Galaxy Note 3? or Sony Xperia Z Ultra? Since I love having Phablet phone for my personal and work things.
Thanks for your big help in my several questions...
AnonD-34385, 02 Oct 2013the only mobiles which beat beat's audio feature are nokia n9, n8 & 808 pureview... in wh... moreYep yourself absolutely true only those who used N8 n 9, 808 can only understand what is true music in mobile phones I tried many phone but only Nokia above series are awesome. Sad but we can't find in stores Bcoz of elop.
AnonD-190566, 02 Oct 2013beats or no beats, im buying this!Yesss we can :). I have HTC One and it is gorgeous.. I will have HTC One Max, and it will be max gorgeous :).. (Sign: Former ip5 and xperia Z user Kaan)
the only mobiles which beat beat's audio feature are nokia n9, n8 & 808 pureview...
in which n9's da best...with it's dolby digital sound enhancement...
AnonD-77357, 01 Oct 2013So is this an end to HTC’s BoomSound™ they were so conceited about?LOL! HTC’s BoomSound™ is different from Beats Audio.
Can't you see the tiny "™" after the letter "d" in BoomSound™? It means it is a trade mark by HTC and not Beats.
ikke, 01 Oct 2013lol the HTC One with beats blows away any other non beats device so I don't think so. The One ... moreWolfson audio chip producing great audio quality in galaxy series. It is far better than beats audio.
HTC's partnership with Beats has to be the most random, useless move by a mobile company ever.
ikke, 01 Oct 2013ohh yeah and another thing... if you think beats is only an equaliser setting or something you... moreCheck the audio test between an iPhone 5/4S and a HTC One (for example). The iPhone will have less distortion and the frequency curve will be flatter, its these factors that influence sound QUALITY. On the other hand the Beats equilizer ENHANCES the audio frequency to make music sound better to the ear, making you believe it's better quality. Therefore you are not getting an accurate sound reproduction, but to you and many other this might appear to sound better.
ikke, 01 Oct 2013ohh yeah and another thing... if you think beats is only an equaliser setting or something you... moreWell, you are the one who DONT know what you are talking about. I own all Beats enabled of HTC phones, and I can confirm that Beats is nothing more than an EQ setting, and I was able to duplicate that setting in my other HTC phones without Beats.
ohh yeah and another thing... if you think beats is only an equaliser setting or something you don't know what you speak off... Because it makes the sound quality better and is also hardware... Proof is already delivered. Take any non beats device and you hear crappy sound. so equaliser setting? My ass! Pardon my French!
So you think BEATS blows everything else away from the competition? So you actually think BEATS are better than DOLBY DIGITAL sound ? Wake up pup .
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2013Actually it is HTC that owns 25% of Beats.
And they sold it back because since 2012, HTC has been struggling with the competition and has been trying really hard to bring back the profitable days, but it hasn’t been particularly successful. The lengthy crisis has put HTC in a dire need of cash because it has just struck a deal with Beats to sell it back all the remaining shares (about 25%) for $265 million.
jerry, 01 Oct 2013err actually no. try listening to a Samsung s3 vs a beats audio enabled htc. the difference is... morelol the HTC One with beats blows away any other non beats device so I don't think so. The One owns any crappy samsung device, which also includes the S4, S3, Note 2 and 3... Sorry but the One from HTC is far more superior to these weaker devices that you can say that The One blows everyone else away easy....
So is this an end to HTC’s BoomSound™ they were so conceited about?
Marisa Mayer, 01 Oct 2013I have good news, Yahoo is interested in buying out HTC.Good news would be if the got back together!