Alongside its DROID RAZR HD, Motorola unveiled a whopper in the RAZR MAXX HD. If you’ve ever needed your phone to last for days and months and years, it sounds like this is the Motorola device to get. It might even outlast your entire life. Equipped with the same remarkable 3300mAh battery from the previous MAXX, the MAXX HD will still maintain its industry-leading stats despite its upgrade in hardware.
Motorola claims the MAXX HD will bludgeon the competition: 32 hours or “normal use,” 13 hours of straight video playback, 21 hours of continuous talk time, or 8 hours of browsing the Web over LTE. You can essentially watch a movie trilogy without your device keeling over. Long flight? You might want to consider packing the MAXX HD.
Of course, it’ll support Google’s full suite of apps, and even come preloaded with Chrome, just like the RAZR HD. Unfortunately, this device won’t come with Jelly Bean out of the box; instead, users will have to put up with Ice Cream Sandwich until the device upgrades to Android 4.1 before the year is up. Ugh, Google and Motorola. Why?
The internal specs are essentially the same experience as the RAZR HD, save for the larger battery.