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Re: We've got the HTC One Max. Ask your questions here!!!
I found it to not feel as heavy as I thought it would be. It's perhaps the one time I have had a truly portable device that actually "feels" like I'm holding something of significance; It's weight being "just" weighty enough for you to remember you have something in your hand. The problem I found with the evolution of smart phones is that they have been getting smaller, thinner, and lighter. The downside to downsizing these devices is the epidemic of dropping the phone because most of the time, it's smaller than the average palm width wise and contributes to the occasional dropsies.
Originally Posted by sanchitgrover
The HTC One Max's width forces you to remember to hold the darned thing more securely. Even still, I have bought a nice rugged Seidio "Delio" case to keep it looking new while in it's car cradle and while sitting on my desk at work (scratches and what not). As a guy with long fingers/hand size, this phone/tablet/phablet is a Godsend. Finally, I have a quality phone that FEELS comfortable in my hand both in width and thickness. I still LOVE my HTC One (still keep it as my workout media player w/armband at the gym and on runs), but I am loving the functionality and form factor of the One Max even more. It's a MAN'S PHONE DAMMIT!!!! LOL
I just benchmarked my HTC One Max (AnTuTu Benchmark app) and it got a score of 264403 (on Kit Kat 4.3). The only true "phablet" that outscores it is the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. There are a couple of large screen phones that score higher, but they are your higher end phones (Sony Xperia Z Ultra, Xiaomi Mi3, LG G2, Galaxy S4).
Originally Posted by wickets