Motorola’s RAZR MAXX HD is a bigger, badder version of the MAXX that hit last year. Still equipped with its Kevlar armor, the device is designed to get folks through the day and then some. And then some more. With its 3300mAh battery, the MAXX HD wants to be old reliable for Web, video, email, photos, all of that — all day. The package is tighter; there’s less bezel, and it feels better in the hand. Sadly, it runs on Android 4.0 for now, but that’s set to change into Jelly Bean before the year is up. Check out Motorola’s impressive battery claims here, and then see how it looks on video in our hands-on.
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