The Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX was one of the phones that managed to impress us at CES this year is available now from Verizon. The phone boasts a humongous 3,300 mAh battery while still staying relatively slim - a hair under 9mm.
If battery life is what you're after, the RAZR MAXX is a champ - how do 21 hours of talk time sound? For reference, the standard RAZR for Verizon packs a 1780 mAh battery for twelve and a half hours of talk time.
The RAZR MAXX is thicker and heavier than the standard RAZR (9mm, 145g vs. 7.1mm 127g), but other than that it has the same appealing features - 4.3" SuperAMOLED screen with qHD resolution, 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 8MP camera with 1080p video recording. And it has Gorilla glass on front and Kevlar on the back too.
Verizon is offering it for $299 on a two-year contract or $649 without a contract. You can grab it only from Verizon's website right now. For comparison, the vanilla XT912 RAZR goes for $279/$649 respectively for the 32GB version (which is how much you're getting from the MAXX). The 16GB version is $199/$599.
Bull shit I am using Motorola for years it has a very good battery life. I have a Defy now and its battery if even better than Samsung Galaxy S II
pls send this device to india with android 4.0 and keep the samse price as Motorola RAZR XT910.it will make a sales record.
Haha! Did you buy fake batteries online or something? Motorola has always been leading in batteries. HTC however have always used a bit too smal batteries, just like Sammy.