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  • DiGi completes the set with HTC One Mini and HTC one Max at zero contract

    DiGi completes the set with HTC One Mini and HTC one Max at zero contract

    On top of the gold coloured HTC One, DiGi looks to be completing the set with the HTC One Mini and HTC One Max, both of which are on zero contract. The HTC One Mini is available from RM1430, a bit lower than it's retail price of RM1599 while the HTC One Max is available from RM2225, again a bit lower than it's retail price of RM2499. The zero contract means that you can terminate the plan at any time but to qualify for the lower price, you will have to signe up for the SmartPlan 58, SmartPlan 88 or SmartPlan 148 postpaid plans. Users can expect rebates of RM10  a month for the SmartPlan 58, RM20 a month for the SmartPlan 88 and RM33 a month for the SmartPlan 148 for the first 24 months. Check out the table and links in this article for more details.

  • Should you buy the HTC One Max with an RM100 discount?

    Should you buy the HTC One Max with an RM100 discount?

    The HTC One Max is the much larger brother of the award-winning HTC One smartphone, which was one of the first Android smartphones to pull off an awesome looking metallic body design. When the HTC One first came out, it was simply awesome and got very good reviews from practically everyone in the tech industry. Now, the HTC One Max offers you the same HTC One-like design in a larger 5.9-inch display phablet form factor but at a much higher retail price of RM2499. Looking to sweeten the deal, some sellers are offering the HTC One Max with an RM100 discount for a total price of RM2399 here in Malaysia. Should you buy it for that RM100 discount? Check out our analysis on the HTC One Max for a better idea of the pros and cons involved.

  • Celcom offers HTC One Max from RM1638

    Celcom offers HTC One Max from RM1638

    After what seems like quite some time Celcom are offering the the HTC One Max phablet from RM1638. Considering that this 5.9-inch HTC One look-alike phablet currently retails at a whopping RM2499, this is actually a pretty good price, especially if you've always wanted a larger but better looking phablet than the other phablets out there. In any case, you can get the deal from Celcom by signing up for a Celcom First postpaid plan with a mobile Internet plan or the mPro Plus plan for 12, 18 or 24 month contracts. Check out the table and links in this article for more details.

  • Rumour: HTC One Max could cost RM2499 in Malaysia?

    Rumour: HTC One Max could cost RM2499 in Malaysia?

    While the HTC One Max is scheduled for a Malaysia launch just tomorrow reports about the phablet with the aluminum unibody design indicate that it may be priced at RM2499. This would make it one of the most expensive Android smartphones in Malaysia outside of the Apple iPhone 5S. So far, these same reports say that there likely won't be any extra bundled accessory like it's battery case to justify the price either, so we're sort of hoping that this won't become a reality, especially considering the tech specs available on the HTC One Max. Just for a refresher, the HTC One Max has the following tech specs:

    • 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor
    • Adreno 320 graphics
    • 2GB RAM
    • 16GB / 32GB storage + up to 64GB microSD
    • 5.9-inch Super LCD 3 display (1080 x 1920 pixel resolution)
    • 4MP UltraPixel rear camera (autofocus, LED flash, 1080p@30fps video recording, no OIS) + 2.1MP front camera
    • Supports LTE (Asia version) + 3G + BoomSound dual front stereo speakers
    • 164.5mm x 82.5mm x 10.3mm | 217g
    • 3300 mAh battery (Not removable)
    • Android 4.3 + Sense 5.5
  • HTC One Max shows how NOT to do a fingerprint sensor

    HTC One Max shows how NOT to do a fingerprint sensor

    The HTC One Max phablet is currently one of the few smartphones with a fingerprint scanner. However, unlike the Touch ID fingerprint scanner from Apple, the fingerprint scanner on the backside of the HTC One Max phablet requires you to swipe your finger, which is both inaccurate as well as difficult to do from the back. Granted, HTC looks to have offered some extra functionality by calling up apps based on differently swiped fingers but the feature is rather difficult to use for both of the reasons mentioned above. In addition to the hardware issues, there is very little software integration that may actually require or use the HTC One Max phablet's fingerprint scanner as you still have to enter passcodes to buy apps (or anything else for that matter). For smartphones that already have the swipe type fingerprint scanner, this may be too late to change, but it shouldn't be too difficult to offer a bit more integration with the software. As it is, fingerprint scanners are pretty much unused features for now, even in the Apple iPhone 5S, but this may change soon as software integration picks up.

  • HTC One Max phablet officially announced, 5.9-inch display but just Snapdragon 600 processor

    HTC One Max phablet officially announced, 5.9-inch display but just Snapdragon 600 processor

    After months of leaks, rumours and rather vague ads, HTC have officially announced the HTC One Max phablet. Featuring the same unibody design as the HTC One the phablet adds another inch or so for a 5.9-inch screen with full HD 1080p resolution. While the smartphone is significantly larger than the HTC One, it maintains the overall aluminum metal chassis design as the original but uses a plastic band rather than the metal band in the middle of the original. Besides the screen, the most notable features of the HTC One Max include the rear fingerprint scanner (which is the swipe kind rather than just touch), expandable microSD support and a removable backplate. Other tech specs for the HTC One Max include:

    • 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor
    • Adreno 320 graphics
    • 2GB RAM
    • 16GB / 32GB storage + up to 64GB microSD
    • 5.9-inch Super LCD 3 display (1080 x 1920 pixel resolution)
    • 4MP UltraPixel rear camera (autofocus, LED flash, 1080p@30fps video recording, no OIS) + 2.1MP front camera
    • Supports LTE (Asia version) + 3G + BoomSound dual front stereo speakers
    • 164.5mm x 82.5mm x 10.3mm | 217g
    • 3300 mAh battery (Not removable)
    • Android 4.3 + Sense 5.5
  • Rumours: HTC One Max Hi-res pics and tech specs appear

    Rumours: HTC One Max Hi-res pics and tech specs appear

    The HTC One Max phablet has already been more or less confirmed by China's Tenaa so while it hasn't been officially announced just yet, it is definitely coming. As it is, some new high-res pictures and tech specs have appeared which seem to confirm many things. These include a rear fingerprint scanner along with no more Beats logo, which happened when HTC sold back it's share in the Beats audio company. For now, check out the pictures below along with the more detailed tech specs of the HTC One Max phablet:

    • 1.7GHz Snapdragon 600 processor
    • 5.9-inch Super LCD 3 display (1080 x 1920 resolution)
    • 2GB RAM
    • 16GB storage
    • UltraPixel camera
    • 3300 mAh battery
  • HTC One Max phablet set for Malaysia release from 15 October 2013

    HTC One Max phablet set for Malaysia release from 15 October 2013

    Another day, another version of the HTC One, this time the larger phablet sized HTC One Max has been confirmed at China's Tenaa. Bearing practically all the design features of the HTC One, chamferred sides, aluminum unibody, beats audio and Ultrapixel camera, the one major change is what appears to be a fingerprint scanner on the backside, located right below the rear camera. Other tech specs and features confirmed from the listing and pictures include a reportedly 6-inch screen and some form of dock connectors on the side. Reports indicate that the HTC One Max could be released on 15 October 2013, with Malaysia release dates either on the same date or afterwards. No news on pricing for Malaysia just yet or if this version of the HTC One Max phablet is only headed for China. We should find out soon though as the reported release date is just about 2 weeks away.

  • Rumours: HTC One Max leaked images show fingerprint scanner

    Rumours: HTC One Max leaked images show fingerprint scanner

    The HTC One Max phablet is rumoured to feature the same iconic HTC One design in a larger 5.9-inch screen form factor. Images showing off the HTC One Max have recently surfaced clearly showing a fingerprint scanner on the back part right below the camera. So far, it seems to be a variant as there is one without the fingerprint scanner. Other tech specs for the phablet include a 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution screen along with a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB of RAM. Like most HTC One phones, the HTC One Max also packs in a 4MP UltraPixel camera with optical image stabilization and a 2.1MP front camera with wide-angle lens. Features include 16GB storage, microSD support and a 3300 mAh battery. Other features include a set of BoomSound stereo speakers with Beats Audio along with Dual-SIM and Android 4.3 with Sense 5.5. While there isn't any Malaysia pricing just yet, release dates in Malaysia currently point to Q4 of 2013.

  • Rumours: HTC One Max name confirmed?

    Rumours: HTC One Max name confirmed?

    While HTC continues to drum up hype for the next big change in the company, the device that may bring about this change recently may have got it's name confirmed. The rumoured device is supposedly a phablet based on the HTC One's design which many have called the HTC One Max. Serial leaker @evleaks recently tweeted that the formerly codenamed HTC One T6 would indeed be called the HTC One Max, confirming both the name and the existence of the phablet. Tech specs rumoured to be coming with the HTC One Max include a Snapdragon 800 processor, 5.9-inch Super LCD-3 screen with 1080 x 1920 pixel resolutions and 2GB of RAM, along with a 3200 mAh battery. No Malaysia release dates or pricing just yet, but it is expected to arrive within September or October 2013.