HTC One Max features and release date in Malaysia

HTC One Max, Malaysia, price, specs

HTC One Max

HTC One Max have a lot of features that similar like the HTC One, one of them is the BlinkFeed that makes you can stream live to all your networks, getting update from your Twitter or Facebook just from your live home screen. But an additional features, one of all users favorite and wanted features, is FingerPrint scanner that is located at the back of the phone underneath the camera.

HTC One Max come with 5.9-Inch screen display with full HD 1080P, Quad-core Snapdragon 600 1.7GHz speed 2GB of RAM, memory storage 16GB or 32GB, runs Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean). Rear camera 4-megapixel (UltraPixel) while the front camera is 2.1-megapixel and the battery capacity is 3300mAh.

htc one, htc one mini, htc one max

HTC One Family

The HTC One Max is expected to hit in Malaysia in this November. Now the HTC brings the One’s Family that come with three models HTC One Mini, HTC One and the recently announced HTC One Max. The three siblings featured an identical design and aluminum body making it look luxury and smart.


HTC Zoe – Your photo gallery has brought to life by capturing a moment takes more than one images. Press the shutter and the HTC One automatically captures up to 20 photos and a 3-second video—a picture that’s alive.

HTC BoomSound – On the average smartphone, sharing music or a video with friends is a frustrating experience. A tiny speaker will tame even the most ferocious track. But the new HTC One’s BoomSound changes all that wth Dual frontal stereo speakers powered by built-in amplifiers deliver bigger sound with less distortion and more detail.

HTC BlinkFeed – Your live home screen.
With HTC BlinkFeed: Simply pick the social networks, news and feeds you want to stay updated on and they’ll all stream live to your home screen.

Sense Voice – Call clarity even you in a crowded place. The world doesn’t include a volume know. So talking on the phone in any loud, crowded environment so hard. The new HTC One solves that problem with Sense Voice. It includes dual built-in microphones that detect loud ambient noise and will then dynamically boost the in-call voice to compensate.


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