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Just not the one: HTC One Max proves that bigger doesn’t always mean better

Just not the one: HTC One Max proves that bigger doesn’t always mean better
News from Indian Express:

Pranay Parab : Sun Dec 22 2013, 11:13 hrs

Following the success of HTC One, the company has added a bigger phone to the family.

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Following the success of HTC One, the company has added a bigger phone to the family. HTC One Max is a 5.9-inch phone, significantly bigger than the 4.7-inch One. The One Max adds a fingerprint scanner apart from a microSD card slot for expandable memory. With this phone, HTC joins Nokia, Samsung, Sony and LG, apart from a host of others, in the phablet bandwagon. Does it bring the best of HTC One in…………… continues on Indian Express

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HTC Mini+ hands on: Changing how we multitask?
News from Digital Spy:

When HTC gave Digital Spy a Mini+, we wondered why you would possibly need a device for your phone… that acts like a second phone.

The idea was so bizarre that we figured it could potentially work, and so it seemed worth giving it a go. The HTC mini+ has two different connectivity options: NFC or Bluetooth, and either should work provided you have a compatible handset.

We trialled the Mini+ using a HTC One Max. The devices paired instantly over both NFC and Bluetooth, and the Mini+ took us to a screen where we could view our calls, our messages, events, notifications and remote functionality options.

The Mini+ effectively unifies all wireless connectivity needs into one device. First impressions are that this is a really good idea – Bluetooth speakers and headsets are hugely popular for the simple reason that they remove the need to have your phone at hand.

The HTC Mini+ seems somewhat pointless, though. At almost 12 centimetres tall, it is still three-quarters the size of the One Max.

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