Review : HTC One Max : The Big One

INTRODUCTION : Done expanding the One portfolio towards the compact end of the spectrum, HTC are going the other way with the aptly named One Max. It builds on a proven formula emphasizing media consumption and looks, while bringing a few welcome new features to the lineup.The expandable storage deals with one of the chronic liabilities of the One, so you’re no longer limited in your selection of videos and songs to enjoy on the excellent speakers and the now even bigger screen. There’s also the latest Android release powering the whole thing, coupled with the most up-to-date edition of HTC’s proprietary Sense UI.

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Review : Samsung Galaxy Note 3 : Bigger and Better

INTRODUCTION : The Galaxy Note family is credited with not only starting the phablet craze, but also resurrecting the stylus. The S Pen is no ordinary stylus though – the special screen digitizer and a button on the S Pen work their magic to augment the thumb-on-screen experience, and rival it in terms of speed and options.Other than that the Galaxy Note 3 phablet continues the tradition of being the current generation’s Galaxy S phone on steroids – a large 5.7″ screen (in a body the size of the Note II), choice of Snapdragon 800 or Exynos 5420 chipsets, 2160p (a.k.a. UHD) video recording, USB 3.0 (a first on a pocketable device) and Samsung’s ever-growing list of software features available right out-of-the-box.

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