When you have a smartphone with the name of HTC One Max, you know for sure that everything about it is going to come in an extra large size. After all, it sports a gigantic 6” display that would translate to having more than enough space to stash a large battery within underneath the hood. A decent battery is essential to any modern day device, and the HTC One Max does not disappoint with its 3,300mAh battery within. The thing is, will it have enough juice to last you throughout the entire day?
The folks over at PhoneArena have decided to place the HTC One Max via their extensive battery life test which will mimic the kind of usage pattern that is relevant in real life situations. We ourselves have taken the HTC One Max out for a spin at the end of last year, so you might actually want to check out what we said about this smartphone. In PhoneArena’s battery life test, the HTC One Max managed to pick up an amazing 7 hours and 27 minutes, placing it clearly at the top of their rankings, and far outlasting the Galaxy Note 3 by a huge margin.
Does this mean that you should just rush out and purchase the HTC One Max based on its battery life alone? Nay, but at least it gives you a clearer picture of how its real world performance is like.
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