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Motorola Droid Maxx: 48 Hours of Worry-Free Battery Life

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Leaked image of the Droid ULTRA.

While many smartphone manufacturers are busy playing the “let’s see how thin we can make this phone” game – Motorola does things a little differently and is known for pushing battery life. With Google leading Motorola’s new direction, is this going to change? Nope, at least not in the case of Verizon’s Droid MAXX.

Thanks to Android Central we now have our hands on a leaked storyboard for an upcoming Droid MAXX commercial. What really stands out is the mentioning of “48 hours of worry-free battery life”.

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Any time a manufacturer gives us a battery estimate, take it with a grain of salt. Even so, if this ends up even in the ballpark of 48 hours, it’s hard not to be impressed. Hell, many of today’s phones struggle to make it through 24 hours even with just moderate daily use.

Just remember that we can’t say for sure what they are judging this 48 hour claim on. Extremely moderate use? Tons of talk and video? Still, it’s hard not to be more than a little excited here.

What else can we expect with the MAXX? While we don’t really know what to expect, we wouldn’t be surprised to see a quad-core processor or even 2GB of RAM make their way into this bad boy. Keep in mind that’s just speculation.

What do you think, would you love to get your hands on a smartphone with nearly 48 hours of battery-powered life?

Source: Android Central

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