Moto Maxx trademark filing sparks speculation on what this device could be

Pretty soon, we’ll probably see Motorola taking the veil off a certain Moto Maxx smartphone, as a trademark for that particular moniker has been filed by the company recently. Nothing concrete about this apparent handset is known thus far, but there are a few possibilities that we can look at.

The word Moto having been used in the name certainly means that the phone will adhere to the design guidelines we have seen on the X, G and the E devices in the past. But the word Maxx is where the main attention should be directed. In the past, Motorola devices bearing this word in their names have presented us with big batteries as their prime selling factors.

Moto Maxx

Take the Droid Razr Maxx HD and the Droid Maxx for instance. While both these handsets have been made available exclusively in the US and that too, only via Verizon, the absence of the word Droid in the name Moto Maxx indicates that the phone is likely destined for other nations as well.

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So, here’s what we’ve boiled it down to till now based on the trademark filing which was brought to our notice by Android Police. This supposed smartphone can grab a similar design to that we’ve seen on the other three Moto smartphones, it’s most likely to feature huge battery life and it could be released in markets other than the US.

Official word on the matter is still not at hand, but Motorola’s attention right now is seemingly focused on releasing the Moto X+1 and the Moto 360 smartwatch. Let’s see when it decides to take the Moto Maxx out of its coffer then.

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