From the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Verizon Wireless along with Motorola have announced many new additions to the Droid Razor Family. One of the new members added to this family is called RAZR MAXX.
The android powered device is 8.99mm, slightly on the thicker side when compared to the Droid RAZR which is just 7.1mm, but don’t let that discourage you the RAZR MAXX is not over weight by any means.
The device is designed for customers who spend long hours multi-tasking and promises a whooping 21 hours of life straight on a single charge. Motorola claims that is the longest-lasting SmartPhone on the block, but we are unsure as to what the battery life is being claimed for. Are we talking about 21hrs of gameplay? or 21hrs of video streaming?
There is certainly a difference between 21 hours of intense use on one charge and 21 hours if you don’t do anything except keep it on. Most likely it is 21 hours with light use, if we had to take a guess.
The Droid RAZR MAXX comes packing 32Gb of total memory. To get your hands on this one, you will have to shell out $299.99 with a 2-year agreement.
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