Reviews and Problems with Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX
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Motorola Droid Razr Maxx Review
21 June 2012
Conclusion: With double the battery life of the Razr and a much improved camera, the Maxx is one of the best smartphones on the market. It has a dual-core processor, 4G LTE connection, Super AMOLED screen, great battery life, and it’s still one of the thinnest phones on the market.
Summary: If having a superpowered battery is your priority then the Motorola Razr Maxx is the marathon-running phone you've been waiting for. But if you also value speed and style in a phone, there are slicker devices in the Android and iOS camps vying for your cash.
Pros: Very long battery life; slot for microSD card.
Cons: Gingerbread not Ice Cream Sandwich OS at launch; Slightly sluggish; Bland design.
Summary: In many ways, the Droid Razr Maxx is the same phone as the Droid Razr but with an extended battery. The phones have a similar look and feel as well as a similar user interface. In many cases, the two Droid Razr phones were also neck-and-neck in the benchmark tests.
Pros: Much better battery life than other phones, 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 1GB RAM, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced qHD (540 x 960) display, 4G connectivity
Cons: No user-replaceable battery, No Android 4.0—yet
Excerpt: Reviewing the Droid RAZR Maxx presents an interesting challenge: in many ways it’s the exact same device as the Droid RAZR , which was introduced just a few short months ago. Actually, scratch that: it is the exact same device, but with a gigantic 3300mAh battery that fills out the original RAZR's...
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Pros: So much POWER. Fantastic build quality, even if it’s bulkier than the first Droid Razr. Smart Actions boost battery life even further.
Cons: 0 price tag is wince-worthy. It’s, uh, kinda huge. Non-HD screen is a bummer, considering all the juice there to power it.
Conclusion: It's sexy, it's unique and nearly bulletproof thanks to Gorilla Glass on the front and Kevlar on the back. Voice quality is excellent, download speeds on LTE rock and the phone has supreme battery life.
Pros: All that Droid RAZR goodness, with nearly 2x battery life.
Conclusion: If you are a power user and are sick of continually charging your battery, you should take a look at the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX. Its talk and standby times are the longest that we've seen on a smartphone, and the device has plenty of high-end features to quench an Android user’s thirst, with its...
Pros: Long lasting battery, Good design and materials used
Cons: Still waiting on Ice Cream Sandwich, Display is not HD quality, Camera and camcorder are not top-notch
Summary: Because of its extra-long endurance, we prefer the RAZR Maxx to the Droid RAZR , even though the latter phone is thinner and lighter. We much prefer the software and more polished user experience offered by the Galaxy Nexus, but Ice Cream Sandwich loses some of its sweetness by the middle of the...