Motorola DROID Maxx: Reliable with 48 Hour Battery

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Introducing  the new Motorola DROID Maxx. This 5 inch smartphone from Motorola will give you the specs you need for a competitive price of $299. (with 2 year contract on Verizon). Most of all, if you are looking for a large 5inch display with a very reliable battery life at a mid-range smartphone price, this is what you are looking for.

Reliable Battery Life

Image Courtesy of Arstechnica

Image Courtesy of Arstechnica

As a mid-range 5 inch smartphone, users can have the benefit of a large screen display at a reasonable price. Motorola also highlights the DROID Maxx’s battery life, giving users up to 48 hrs of battery life while on normal usage, before having to recharge. This would definitely benefit users who are frustrated with always having to charge their smartphones every night or in the middle of the day. Powering a 5 inch display and giving users 48 hrs of battery life makes this a great device to use everyday.

Durability and Specs

This DROID Maxx as a mid-range device also features a very durable design. Built with a Kevlar body and being water-repellent, the DROID Maxx should not damage as easily as most high-end smartphones out on the market. This gives users the comfort of knowing their $299 mid-range device is as reliable as the high-end smartphones.

The Motorola DROID Maxx features a 1.7Ghz Dual-Core processor with 2GB of RAM. Motorola also says their graphics chip is twice as fast as their predecessor DROID phones which may benefit users who like to game on their Android devices. It’s 5 inch display has a resolution of 1280X720 with a 10MP camera. Unfortunately, it will not feature an expandable SD Slot but will come with 32GB of internal storage. Motorola, owned by Google, will have Android 4.2.2 as it’s operating system and will come as a stock Android system with no bloated interface built over it.

The Motorola DROID Maxx should give users a great 5 inch display, though at only 720P resolution with decent mid-range specs. The DROID Maxx’s Kevlar design makes it very durable and along with a 48 hr battery life, it should function as a reliable smartphone for users and lessening the hassle of running low on battery after normal usages during the day.

Andrew is a co-founder of DeviceCritique. As a tech savvy individual, he aims to explains tech in a simple manner while also providing support for those who need help with their devices or computers.

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