Motorola have done it, they’ve delivered a phone with a ridiculous battery capacity coupled with a relatively slender form factor in their Motorola RAZR MAXX. ‘MAXX’ clearly refers to the sheer quantity of juice in the cell which, when put into perspective is almost double the capacity of that found on the HTC One X and one and a half times that of the Samsung Galaxy S3. In fact, it even trumps the Samsung Galaxy Note and its giant 5.3-inch screen suggesting this RAZR MAXX should last and last and last.
Not just packing mAh, the RAZR MAXX also packs MHz, 1.2 GHz dual-core to be precise. There’s also a 4.3-inch qHD AMOLED display and a slick Kevlar coating along the back, not to mention water resistant tech inside and out. The 8-megapixel camera is able to shoot video in full HD and an LED flash light round sits next door for all your cameraphone low-light needs.
Running Android Gingerbread, the Motorola RAZR MAXX is behind the times in terms of Google’s OS, though Motorola pack some pretty nifty features to make up for this including MotoCast and SmartActions, the first giving you remote access to your PC content and the latter automating various phone features.
We’ll be exhausting each and every mAh over the coming week, so keep your eyes peeled for the full review and if you’ve got any questions just fire us a comment below.