Reviews and Problems with Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX
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Motorola Razr Maxx review
24 August 2012
Summary: The Razr Maxx seeks to fix its predecessor's power issues, adding a new super size 3300mAh battery. But a lack of any real changes to its internal components makes the device's design feel stale.
Pros: Ridiculously good battery, includes a micro-SD card slot, MotoCast can be useful
Cons: Poor camera, expensive, little changed since the original Razr
Summary: • SMARTACTIONS™ app optimizes battery life, automates everyday tasks • Instant access to entertainment stored remotely on your computer • Impossibly thin, made KEVLAR® strong • Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic • Splash resistant • HDMI port, 3.5mm jack • SNS integration • Also supports...
Pros: SMARTACTIONS™ app optimizes battery life, automates everyday tasks , Instant access to entertainment stored remotely on your computer , Impossibly thin, made KEVLAR® strong , Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic , Splash resistant , HDMI port, 3.5mm jack , SNS integration , Also supports ...
Cons: It is a little chunky , Specifications are the same spec as Motorola Razr , No ICS (yet) , Bit Expensive than other smartphones