HTC One Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 3 both were launched in the market recently. This post will help the smartphones buyers think rationally before purchasing a High End Smartphone as per their requirements and interests. Below are some points, based on which the specifications of both the HTC One Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 3 are compared:
Look and Display:
The first and foremost thing for a smartphone user is the look and design of any smartphone. The size determines whether the device is handy and easy to carry or not.
This means, HTC One Max is bigger and heavier than Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Another important thing while purchasing a smartphone is its hardware configuration. A smartphone user is always concerned about the power of device which is determined by the hardware configuration of the device.
This means, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is highly configured and more powerful than HTC One Max.
Cameras on both the devices are difficult to compare as both of them have their own specific features.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has a better Camera.
A good smartphone should have a good battery backup as well. Since the device runs through the battery, hence the battery of any smartphone must be powerful.
HTC One Max has the better Battery.
One of the major features of HTC One Max is Fingerprint scanner which provides additional security, which is not there in Note 3.
Whereas Note 3 comes with the feature of S Pen which provides organized and easy accessibility to the device and help in search your device using handwriting recognition. It has Air Command feature which gives easy access to instant shortcuts.
Compared to HTC’s fingerprint scanner, Samsung’s S has a collection of innovative software features.
HTC One max gives you a larger display, whereas Note 3 will give you a lighter and smaller smartphone, with a more powerful hardware configuration and a collection of software features, along with the S Pen. The HTC’s strength is in the BoomSound speakers and its robust design, along with HTC Sense 5.5’s new features, but it is facing little bit of difficulties in this competitive market due to products from Samsung.
Deep Thakkar is a Software Engineer, a tech blogger and a passionate writer in the field of technology. Obsessed with the customization possibilities of the Android phones, the ongoing stuff in the Cricket world, the changes in the world of technology, he keeps himself connected to the web for the entire day, of course except when he’s dozed off!