The all new Motorola Droid Razor Maxx can be regarded as a raise over the Android ante. Here, you are not only going to taste the extraordinary specs that adorned the rudimentary version of Droid Razr, but also an everlasting power pack of 3300 mAh rechargeable battery. It is definitely one of the most powerful smartphones crowding the shelves of the tech market. Let us now excavate every detail of the device that helps to grace such a fascinating handset.
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Motorola Droid Razor Maxx Features
When Motorola launched the first Droid Razr, it boasted of producing the thinnest Android handset. But, it is not the case when it comes to Motorola Droid Razor Maxx. However, the inclination towards providing a thinner chassis has remained since the launch of the Razr V3. The Motorola Droid Razor Maxx has dimensions of 5.15 x 2.75 x 0.35 inches and weighs around 5.1 ounces. From the measures, it is clearly evident that the Maxx is slightly thicker and heavier than its predecessor.
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At the rear end of the device, the hump of the camera lens has been evenly balanced by a slightly thicker profile to incorporate the 3300 mAh battery. Apart from this, the other things have remained the same – like the diamond-cut aluminium chassis and the thin glass sheet sculpted on its facade to flush against the edges.
Even the back cover shares the same Kevlar coating just like the first Razr. Corning Gorilla Glass protects the display from scratches and smudges, while the internal circuitry is protected from light moisture with the help of nanotechnology coating. Though the handset is not made water resistant, but it can definitely withstand accidental spills.
In the Motorola Droid Razor Maxx you will find the Motoblur subtly placed over the Android 2.3.5 or the Gingerbread. Just like the Sense UI in HTC handsets, the Maxx also employs highly customized home-screen with multiple shortcuts. In standby mode, the Home button helps to gather all the home-screens.
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On the locked screen you will get a ubiquitous digital clock along with date and battery condition. The responsive default virtual keyboard in Droid Razr is also present in Maxx, but if you want you can replace it with Swype for faster one-handed typing.
Apart from the basic functions provided by Android, the Motorola Droid Razor Maxx also boasts of few tricks like Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and Wi-Fi with hot spot support. Moreover, the Wi-Fi is capable enough to employ the device as a modem for eight devices.
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The online services include several Google apps like Gmail, Google Search, Gmaps, Gtalk, Google Books, YouTube, etc. The other pre-installed applications include Amazon’s Kindle app, Let’s Golf 2, Netflix, MotoPrint, Blockbuster, Madden NFL 12, Slacker Radio and Video Surf.
The Motorola Droid Razor Maxx is embedded with an 8MP shooter escorted by a quick loading camera app that takes only 1.1 seconds to start from locked screen. Minimized shutter lag, customizable camera settings, geo-tagging and self-timer are few notable features. In spite of being equipped with LED flash the noise issue remains in case of low lit environment.
Motorola Droid Razor Maxx Price
The Motorola Droid Razor Maxx is priced at $ 300.