The Motorola Droid Razr Maxx is now gearing up for a January 26 arrival on Verizon Wireless. We earlier knew that the handset would be hitting shelves and the carrier’s official website soon but the precise dates had not been divulged back then.
The previous introduction of the Maxx phone brought to light features such as 21 hours of battery life and 32GB storage capacity to hoard multimedia content. While the onboard memory spells out to be 16GB, the device is also pre-loaded with a 16GB microSD card. The mean 3300mAh battery embedded underneath the hood can be accredited for breathing life into the handset.
This Gingerbread slice sporting a sleek 8.9mm chassis, akin to Droid Razr, can be upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich. The device is complete with dual HD cameras wherein the primary 8MP snapper proffers 1080p HD video recording capabilities with image stabilization and the front-facing one can be employed for conferences and chats.
This 4G LTE capable handset can serve as a mobile hotspot for up to eight Wi-Fi-enabled gadgets. Fueled by a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, it brings in features such as remote wipe along with government-grade encryption for contacts, calendar and email aiming to provide security to confidential content.
The Motorola Droid Razr Maxx price is tagged at $299.99 with a new two-year contract and can be acquired starting tomorrow. Prospective users will be required to subscribe to a Verizon Wireless Nationwide Talk plan starting at $39.99 for monthly basis. This along with a smartphone data package beginning at 2GB for $30 has to be opted for.