The Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD rocks both massive, sharp display and a powerful battery.
Hi guys Brian Bennett for cnet.com and today we're taking a first look at -- you Motorola Droid RAZR Max HD.
Now this phone replaces the Motorola Droid RAZR Max and what you can see here is it has a new four point seven inch Apple led.
HD display basically has a job HD resolution of 1280 by seven -- -- com.
It actually does not use the yacht color boost technology that's found on like that features -- the or other Motorola phones.
But -- looks pretty -- pretty nice and -- here.
-- other features include on back eight megapixel camera fidelity -- we've got this Kevlar.
That's a Motorola -- to come -- for awhile helps us keep the yep back -- and scratch free.
I'm also wasting is some.
You have this up.
Treatment around here this aluminum bar kind of up Blackberry or accuracy iPhone.
-- reminiscent. Com and as you notice it's -- very thin phone.
But it does have the same -- 3300 Milli -- battery that powered the out RAZR Max which.
As we tested it.
I had battery life that was well over fifteen hours so com this looks to be a very awesome phone out right now availability is.
Some time that this year so maybe by the holidays -- no pricing has been set yet but bomb.
What's also nice is that you have but unfortunately. LTE access from Verizon so you go to access that data really quickly.
So there have -- guys this is the first look at the Motorola Droid three's Max Hastings.
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