Motorola Razr Maxx Due In May

Phone is making it was over from the US next month
Darren Allan

April 3, 2012

The Motorola Razr Maxx – a trendily named, vowel dodging handset if ever we’ve seen one – is coming to UK shores.

The phone has previously been on sale in the US, where it’s prefixed with the Droid moniker, but Motorola has just announced that it will land in the UK next month.

The smartphone benefits from a thin and light design, but what Motorola is really pushing with this handset is the battery life – no wonder, because it’s impressive to say the least.

According to Motorola, the Razr Maxx delivers over 17 hours of talk time, and when it comes to movie playback, it has twice the endurance of rivals such as the Samsung Galaxy Nexus or iPhone 4S.

Other specs include a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of Ram, and a hardy design. Kevlar fibre is used in the construction, with gorilla glass for the 4.3 inch super AMOLED display, plus the device has a protective “splashguard” coating.

There are definitely some tempting facets to this Android smartphone.

Maurizio Angelone, VP and general manager, mobile devices, EMEA, Motorola Mobility, commented: “RAZR MAXX isn’t changing the rules – it’s creating a whole new game. Building on the RAZR heritage it combines the pinnacle of design with mind-blowing power and an incredible battery life that is perfect for people who want to push their smartphone to the limits.”

“Whether you want to watch hours of movies, or don’t want to worry about charging between meetings, this latest smartphone from Motorola redefines boundaries and banishes the low battery beep to history.”

Download the free Techwatch PDF eMagazine

Issue 4: July 2012

The month's news in brief, with feature news, and the following features:

  • iPad starter guide
  • Streaming: the future of gaming
  • Battle of the browsers
  • Home cinema systems

Download: Issue 4: July 2012

Post a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Visited 1448 times, 3 so far today