Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX is one of our favorite Android devices released this year. One of the only problems we had with it was that it was released so early this year... just a few weeks after those who had bought the DROID RAZR on day one were ineligible for a return. While the MAXX is an admittedly awesome long-haul machine, Moto and Verizon didn't win any fans with the timing. Now there appears to be an admittedly expensive cure for that particular flavor of buyer's remorse, in the form of an aftermarket kit that can transform a standard DROID RAZR into a DROID RAZR MAXX, massive 3300mAh battery and all.
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to see how long the massive 3300mAh battery would last. It managed to last 3 full days of communication and mobile web access with 4G LTE turned off. 3300mAh may have been the 'sweet spot' we've all been waiting for after all.
DROID RAZR starting today. Not only that but the same exact update will also be landing on the new DROID RAZR MAXX since they are essentially the same phone -- only one has a bigger battery. They both run the same software and will both be receiving an update today as detailed by Verizon. More information and change log available after the break.
an overwhelming amount of US Android users prefer Samsung over any other carrier. It isn't too hard to believe that Samsung is currently the most preferred smartphone brand, as their Galaxy S II line has dominated since it launched. Early on that same day, we saw that Asian cellphone carrier KDDI had incorporated pushed ads into Android's notification bar. I'm sure you will all agree, this clearly crosses the line.
DROID RAZR MAXX went on sale today and can be yours for the low low price of $299. That will get you an impressive smartphone that is just like its older brother, but with a huge 3,300 mAh battery. Today Wirefly has decided to top Verizon and are offering the phone on launch day for $70 dollars less -- just $229.
DROID RAZR MAXX that launched today to be at the top spot.
quasi-price drop last week, you can now order the fashion-forward phone in the standard black, chilly white or inexplicable purple. All three now start at a price of $199.99, minus the 16GB MicroSD card that was offered with the phone at launch. You can still get the extra storage in the $299 model (sadly bereft of a purple option) but considering the retail price of comparable MicroSD cards lately, you'd be well advised not to.