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The Maxx Ve sports the now famous Razr design. Read full review
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The Maxx Ve wouldn't be a Razr without a trim profile. Read full review
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On the other hand, the Maxx Ve clearly looks a bit different from other Razrs. Read full review
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Though the Razr is hardly unique anymore, the Maxx Ve still may catch some looks. Read full review
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Like every other Razr, the Maxx Ve has flat controls. Read full review
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The Razr Maxx Ve slips easily into a pocket. Read full review
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We don't love the Razr Maxx Ve's rear-facing speaker. Read full review
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The Maxx Ve adds a long-overdue flash to the Razr. Read full review
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We also welcome the Razr Maxx Ve's external music controls. Read full review
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