Summary: The Motorola RAZR MAXX runs on Android OS, v2.3.6 (Gingerbread), upgradable to v4.0 and is powered by Dual-core 1.2 GHz processor with 1GB RAM. It has a 4.3-inch, 540 x 960 pixel display. The Motorola RAZR MAXX also comes with a 8.0-megapixel camera that is able to record videos at 1080p.
Pros: + Rugged design, + Long battery life, + Mid-end price point
Cons: - No quick camera button, - Comes with Gingerbread
Summary: Overall, the RAZR Maxx won't disappoint. The 4.3-inch display, dual-core processors, Android Ice Cream Sandwich, 8 megapixel camera, high-quality build, and massive battery is a great package.
Excerpt: Motorola, better known as the inventor of the RAZR design, seems to be running out of ideas when it comes to building a new face for its handsets. Even if people are still buying RAZR-like phones, perhaps Motorola should start to give a chance to its other exceptionally good models like Z6 or Z8.
Pros: The first thing that should be reminded here is the fact that it features HSDPA technology and video call capabilities. There's a long list with good things that makes this phone so desirable, pity that it has been produced in limited number. The great display, RAZR-like design, 2 Megapixel camer...
Cons: Maybe more features added to the music player, as well as the correct working of the touch keys under the secondary display would've turned this 'baby' into a perfect Motorola RAZR. Those who are usually listening to the Radio will be disappointed, as the phone lacks an FM Radio.
Conclusion: The Motorola Razr Maxx Ve is a true performer, once you get past its boring all-black exterior and outdated UI. The construction of the phone feels to be made well, and reminds us of our beloved StarTac.
Pros: Slim Design, Displays size and quality, Call quality and Reception, Speakerphone, 2MP Camera with AutoFocus and Flash, MP3 Playback with Touch-Sensitive controls, MicroSD card slot
Cons: Outdated Verizon UI software, Front Flip is a Fingerprint Magnet, Battery Cover must be removed to access the memory card
Conclusion: In the end, the RAZR maxx Ve is nothing more than a V3m with a better display, better camera, and better (but buggy) Bluetooth. With the buggy Bluetooth out of the equation, this is nothing more than a modest improvement to a mid-range phone for over $350, fixing the major complaints about the...
Conclusion: Motorola are back with another slim style phone, but they claim this one has more substance in the form of high speed data. We ask if a 15mm thin phone really works as a web browsing, email collecting smartphone?
Summary: The model delivers good reception quality, typical for all modern devices. Ring tones’ volume is slightly above average, midi-tunes are played back via 64-chord polyphony module, which ensures fairly great sounding.