October 19, 2013

HTC One Max VS. Samsung Galaxy Note 3

HTC One Max VS. Samsung Galaxy Note 3

If you want a smartphone that has a giant screen, get you weird looks in public, and have ladies questing you about what’s in your pants; then I recommend the One Max. It features a 5.9-inch display versus the 5.7-inch display on the Note 3. Yet, they both feature a resolution of 1080 by 1920 pixels which really means that their screen is better than your flat screen TV. Get on my level!

You could even say that the One Max is packing some junk in it’s trunk since it weighs in at 217 grams versus the Note 3 weighing in at only 168 grams.

For the average consumer, the One Max would be perfect since it features a 1.7GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Processor and 2GB of RAM. In English, it means it runs smooth but not the best. You have the choose between a 16GB and 32GB model with the ability to ad up 64GB of extra storage thanks to the MicroSD Card Slot.

If gaming, watching movies, and a bunch of stuff at the same time is who you are. I say the Note 3 takes the cake with its 2.3GHz Quad-Core Krait 400 AND Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Processor with 3GB of RAM. You can even choose betweem a 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB model. And yes, even add up to 64GB of extra storage with the MicroSD Card Slot.

When it comes to taking photos and recording videos then you should buy the Note 3 since it features an awesome 13 megapixel rear camera with auto focus, LED flash, and some kick-ass built-in features. Sadly, the One Max is slacking with it 4 megapixel UltraPixel rear camera with auto focus and LED flash and even 5 levels of auto adjusted flash levels. Still no match against the Note 3.
It was a very close battle with the battery sizes. Since the One Max is bigger in size then it will need the 3300mAh battery that is inside and that can not be removd. But, the Note 3 is slacking much with its 3200mAh battery. They both are set and ready for whatever you through at it. Not literally, of course.

The One Max may seem to missing a lot of specs but it makes it up with the great-sounding stereo speakers and even a fingerprint scanner.

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