Everybody hates low battery life, which is why everybody should have the opportunity to check out the awesome longevity of Motorola's DROID RAZR MAXX. The international version of the phone, simply christened the RAZR MAXX, has already had a tepid confirmation for Europe and the Middle East, and it's headed to the UK later this month. You can add Norway and Sweden to the list, as Motorola has confirmed that both nations will get the phone in mid-May.
The RAZR MAXX is basically identical to the RAZR, with the notable addition of a massive 3300mAh battery - the largest standard battery of any phone, along with the US' DROID RAZR MAXX. We put the American version to the test with a three-day business trip with no charger, and the DROID RAZR MAXX came home victorious. It does stretch the phone's dimensions a bit, but 8.9mm is still pretty darn thin for a high-end device.
The rest of the specs remain the same: a 1.2Ghz T! OMAP dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage plus a microSD card slot, an 8MP rear camera and - for now - Motorola's customized version of Android 2.3. The international version gets a GSM HSPA+ radio that'll be good almost anywhere in the world, and an enviable unlockable bootloader. Motorola didn't announce a price for Norway or Sweden, but Clove UK has set it at the equivalent of about €530.