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Hey guys i have a up grade coming up in april
And ive decided on two devices the Samsung note 3 and this phone (htc max)

I like both samsung and htc, but i have to say ive always liked htc a bit more then samsung
Anyways what's some your opinions on this phone ( htc max) ?

Pros and cons in your opinions?

Battery life?


But as for me , im a medium to medium heavy user, usually like to YouTube, facebook and surf the web and text mostly
And i usually like to run stock rooted on my phones

Is this phone easy to root?

Thank you for any advice

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This thread is a comparison thread. Note to the OP. The reason it is a comparison thread is: you are trying to decide which phone to get. All though you are not specifically asking which phone is better, because you are deciding which phone to get will turn this thread into this phone is better than that one. These threads are not allowed as they start flame wars.

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