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Motorola released its restructured make of its most well-known, bestselling product lines, the Moto Razr-a flip phone, which lead to a revolution in 2004. Just like the original phone, the new Droid Razr Maxx HD earned reputation for its ultra-thin size. The updated look sets the phone apart from all the other smartphones in its range. The Razr Maxx HD, sports a 30% longer battery life compared to other HD counterparts. The phone has a Kevlar finish which is scratch proof and enhances better grip. Battery life being a major concern for most of the smartphones available in the market, the Droid Razr Maxx HD solved the problem by integrating a longer battery life.
Considering the technical aspects, the phone is equipped with a Dual core, 1200 MHz, ARM Cortex-A9 processor for better performance. Videos and games are lag-free; the multi-tasking capabilities seem pretty impressive as the UI navigation is smooth despite of several applications running in the background.
The 4.7-inch display is enhanced for better detailing to our eyes. The full AMOLED HD screen PUSHES a 1280×720 resolution and a greater pixel density. Watching videos on a 4.7 inch display is a treat to the eyes and the clarity makes reading emails and texts easier without zooming in or adjusting brightness.
The Droid Razr Maxx HD is available with 32GB of internal storage space, however only 25GB is user accessible. It has an option of SD card by which the memory can be expanded up to 32GB.
Great Call Quality and LTE:
The phone continues the legacy of excellent voice calling quality of its predecessor. Vocals are crisp, reception is strong, and the speakerphone delivers loud crystal clear audio. Web pages load within no time and Google Play purchases reached completion in less than five seconds.
Overall, there seem to be no faults with the Droid Razr Maxx HD at all. It’s got nearly all the top specs: NFC, HD display, large mixture and a strong style wrapped in Kevlar.
It’s still only operating Android operating system 4.0.4, rather than the newest edition of Jelly Bean, and we can see this being a cellphone that’s obviously enhanced by companies Venture Butter.
Would we like to have seen a quad primary processer in there? The fact is, yes. The Razr Maxx HD doesn’t have the grunt of the other powerhouses out there (like the Galaxy S3), and doesn’t provide the same chipset sleek incorporation that you get with the iPhone or Windows Phone gadgets that mitigate the need for the excellent variety of cores.
But don’t let that disturb you: while it could be that the new Droid Razr Maxx HD might not be as future-proofed as others, but if you really like top-end press play-back, a strong lifestyle cycle of power supply and a reasonable display, we see no purpose now not to get at least fascinated by Moto’s longest-lasting smartphone
Author Bio: The guest post was contributed by Lucy, financial guest blogger from Manchester, UK. Wrote many articles on ppi claims Find out more about her blogs www.instant-ppiclaims.co.uk @financeport