4 hours of GPS navigation and still 40 percent of battery left! thats the power of RAZR MAXX anything other lyk gs2 who just has half a battery of maxx wud have been dead after 2-3 hours usage
MOTOROLA, just SHUT UP and take my money for this wonderful phone...
& what about middle east. Its a very big mobile market out there.
Android is lagging behind apple only bcos of battery issue. If motorola has manage to solve that problem with MAXX they should coquer the world with that. hope they release it worldwide quickly.
Come on people, by now we think it’s safe to say that most people are totally enchanted by the battery life of the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX. Seriously, just using it on a normal everyday basis, shows exactly why it’s the king in terms of longevity – whereas others simply flail as they run out of juice.
Well, to further make the point as to why their product is superior over other smartphones for Verizon, Motorola decided to run a test where they pit the DROID RAZR MAXX against the iPhone 4S and LG Spectrum. In fact, they juiced every one of them to 100%, strapped them to the top of a car, and drove around while running the VZ Navigator app on all three.
If you’re one who happens to be a constant user of turn-by-turn navigation apps, you’re more than aware about its stress on a handset’s battery life. As the video shows, the first victim to go is the LG Spectrum, which lasted a paltry 2 hours and 27 minutes. Next up, the Verizon iPhone 4S taps out completely at the 3 hour and 45 minute mark – though, it’s worth noting that it was running off of 3G, as opposed to LTE like the other two. Finally, the car reaches its destination at the 4 hour and 12 minute mark, and interestingly enough, the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX is still chugging along at 40% capacity.
So there you have it folks, if you weren’t convince before or otherwise, the video again shows the battery longevity of the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX over its rivals.
TOM, 25 Apr 2012Guys ... how is Moto in camera quality ? Can they beat NOKIA N8 ? ThxLOL how can u expect people to tell u about camera clearity? its better watch a review or possibly a face off video of N8 and RAZR MAXX
DAN13L, 24 Apr 2012I agree with you. Motorola is the best to me. My first phone was a motorola and I hope my last... moreI also hope they will not sell Motorola to Huawei. If they bought them last year, they should NOT sell it. They could be in top 3 if they will make great phones for the whole world. Moto was smart to release this in Europe as well. I will buy this phone.
too late move, i've sent u moto tons of mails regarding this device to make it global but i bought samsung galaxy note already :S
euro, 24 Apr 2012i would buy razr maxx if only its battery was user removable! i like big batterys over thin ph... moreHuh why you need removable battery for? The internal battery alone is equal to two SGII battery dude. Unless you are having 3 SGII battery now as spare ROFL.
i would buy razr maxx if only its battery was user removable! i like big batterys over thin phones but non removable bat + crappy cam compared to sgs 2 and pentile like sgs 1!
def buyin sgs2...
i hear that razr maxx has beter camera than orginal razr /
is it true ??!?
slick, 13 Apr 2012i have used many brands of phones and felt Mot used to be the best in hardware design, usabili... moreI agree with you. Motorola is the best to me. My first phone was a motorola and I hope my last one will also be. I have tried many companies but have always gone back to motorola. I hope Google doesn't sell them to Huawei. If they do, i hope the quality stays the same or better.
lubyq, 20 Apr 2012I just would like to know if the battery is replaceble."I just would like to know if the battery is replaceble"
No, it isnt - not on fly anyway. Maybe with special tools and knowhow. The advantage is a more splashresistant mobile. A userreplaceable 3300mAh battery would also probably added yet another 1-2 mm thickness of the phone.
I'm gonna get this monster phone by tomorrow, it costs only 505$ net in Cambodia