Official: Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX hitting Verizon January 26th

After a couple of weeks of post-CES speculation, Verizon has put all doubts to rest about Motorola's upgraded DROID RAZR MAXX. The capacious Android phone will be available January 26th from online and retail locations, with a 2-year contract price of $299.99. That's the same price as the standard model of the DROID RAZR, though you can now purchase the original without the 16GB MicroSD card for $199.99. The MAXX will hit the market just ten weeks after its predecessor.

Motorola DROID RAZR now comes in black, white and purple

You can never have enough choice - at least, that's the popular wisdom. However, in the case of Verizon's offerings for the Motorola DROID RAZR, I might be willing to make an exception. In addition to a 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.

DROID RAZR MAXX release date tipped for the 26th

There's a whole new Motorola RAZR in town, and those of you that've already picked up the old one should know this: the release date has been tipped to us for the RAZR MAXX to be the 26th of January, 2012. This sits well with the perhaps accidentally dropped date (also the 26th shown on the Motorola site earlier this week (and subsequently taken down), this leading us to believe that, barring any newly discovered mishaps before then, we can expect a bigger and bolder RAZR in our very near future.

DROID 4 and DROID RAZR MAXX Official: Hands-on

Motorola and Verizon have officially launched the DROID 4 and DROID RAZR MAXX at CES this week, and we've got hands-on with both Android smartphones. As expected, the DROID 4 packs a slide-out five row QWERTY keyboard, while the RAZR MAXX takes the original styling of the DROID RAZR, makes it a little chunkier at 8.9mm thick, and uses that extra space to slot in a 3,300 mAh battery.
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