Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx HD Android Smartphone

Military-grade manufactured material, solid battery life, unique interface, and seamless connectivity—some of the coined ideas people had with Motorola’s previous release of the Droid. With the Droid RAZR before, people have been introduced to a more subtle way of handling phone that can outdo one’s schedule without the fear of broken screens or scratches on the back. Growing from this flagship model, we now hold the company’s new Droid RAZR version: the Maxx HD.

The Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx HD features almost the same perfect list of goodies from its twin predecessor except two major aspects: battery life and display. With the former, the RAZR Maxx now has an incorporated battery that promises almost half more the number of hours of talk time with its 3300mAh capacity. This is a mean punch even to leading smartphones, and as far as I know, never had any leading companies made a phone as long-lasting as this. Sadly, the battery is pre-built so we don’t expect it to be interchangeable; if yes, it would take an extra box of tools to do so.

The Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx HD now has a bigger-than-usual display screen of up to 4.7 inches diagonally as form factor. Like its predecessor, the Gorilla Glass-coated display is safe and toned well against scratches and even tackles, while maintaining a clear display with the Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen technology. With a pixel density of 312ppi, the RAZR Maxx is truly rich in colors with a black blacker than usual. I frankly find the colors oversaturated though it adds a virtual dimension to picture quality, and the viewing angles still do not match the IPS technology. Lastly, its 720p resolution is smooth and silky already with HD movies even if it still gauges the PenTile pixel layout.

The Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx HD, as said, borrowed its essentials from its predecessor, so we are about to say it has the same corporate design with the ever-sought-of KEVLAR fiber coating at the back for resisting scratches and even slips. However, compared to the said predecessor, the RAZR Maxx HD has a bigger body to give an ample room to both battery and display; it’s new body dimension: 5.19×2.67×0.37inches. The phone gets a little thicker and heavier at 157grams, but the change and the bulk is of no consideration at all thinking how the bezels are narrowed to make the display fully reachable by the thumb that holds the device. Still, as company had claimed, the phone is spill-resistant.

Gearing up this Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx HD is the going-standard-already Qualcomm dual-core processor of 1.5GHz and 1GB of RAM. Though this does not match to the Tegra 3 processors with four cores, the difference is not really noticeable and as tested, the applications swiftly slid into its rightful pixel places without the lags. Thankfully also, we have an expandable memory here aside from the internal memory of 26 GB (user available), however, the card is so hard to be pulled out or pushed in, and literally, you won’t be finding the door for this expansion.

The Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx HD is but still in the ice age with the Ice Cream Sandwich of Android as its platform. Though the company has already offered a premium upgrade (whether it be upon purchase or via OTA) to the new Jelly Bean (4.1), I can still assure potential owners of this phone that the difference is so hard to spot in real time, maybe because of the Motorola’s unique user interface. And ultimately, Verizon’s catering of the 4G LTE connectivity should speak of itself to users.

The Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx HD should be a reliable and sleek replacement to the smartphones that you may have especially if your goal is to have more fun without the need to charge the battery within the usual hours, and at the same time enjoy speedy data and media experience with its 8MP camera and 4G LTE stream.

Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx HD Android Smartphone Price in the Philippines: Approximately Php 28,000.00

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  1. olivhersaci says

    will this all network connectivity from 2G, 3G and 4G connectivity really work in the philippines? I have this device here in abroad, here’s the logo Verizon Wireless that provides LTE 4G coonection. Will this device work with any of the Philippines’ Communication network (smart, glode, sun, etc.) ? I need your technical advise or will i found this device useless in my very home country. very thanks…

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