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Droid RAZR MAXX is a slap in consumer faces

Droid RAZR MAXX is a slap in consumer faces

When the original Droid RAZR was released, we were there at the launch event in New York City to see how serious both Motorola and Verizon were about bringing a new era to their combined forces for Droid - now that the next version is out not even a half a year later, I've got to question their logic. What sense did it make to release a device which was amongst the thinnest smartphones in the world if the battery inside it wasn't going to be equitable in excellence? Of course the answer is that there'd be a marketing scheme several months after the release in which the thinness was no longer the coolest factor, the RAZR MAXX having a battery that should very well blow consumers away.

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Verizon DROID RAZR MAXX hits Jan 26 for $300

Verizon DROID RAZR MAXX hits Jan 26 for $300

Verizon has confirmed pricing and availability for the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX, the oversized-battery toting version of the original slimline Android smartphone revealed at CES 2012 earlier this month. The news - that the DROID RAZR MAXX will land on January 26, priced at $299 with a new, two-year agreement - comes as little surprise, however, since Motorola already spoiled the surprise a couple of weeks back.

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Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX coming Jan. 26th with 3,300 mAh battery in tow

Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX coming Jan. 26th with 3,300 mAh battery in tow

Earlier this week Motorola announced another handset to invade the signals of Verizon 4G LTE in the DROID RAZR MAXX. Stating this wasn't a replacement over the original RAZR just recently launched -- but an improved version with a larger battery. We were able to run it down on the showroom floor at this weeks CES 2012 and you can see our hands-on below. At no point was a release date detailed or confirmed -- until now.

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Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX hands-on

Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX hands-on

Motorola earlier today announced the rumored DROID RAZR MAXX. For those confused as Motorola just recently launched the original DROID RAZR, the RAZR MAXX is almost the same phone only slightly thicker and offering unparalleled battery life -- especially for a 4G LTE device. This new addition comes complete with a 3,300 mAh battery and manages to stay almost RAZR thin.

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DROID RAZR in white comes tomorrow – can you guess why?

DROID RAZR in white comes tomorrow – can you guess why?

Though it may seem like an exercise in foolish re-reporting to speak on this white version of the DROID RAZR again when we announced it earlier this month, it's availability for tomorrow (the 15th of December) should strike you hard enough to bring about a bit more buzz than this device otherwise would. Since the DROID RAZR was released in its original black/gray form last month (our full review able to be found here), another color for the casing of this device is essentially just a paint job on the same cool sharpness: but besides the OTHER device you're more than likely aware is almost certainly coming to Verizon tomorrow, recognize this: the DROID XYBOARDs are being cross-promoted with this handset as a "one-two punch of media mastery and multitasking might."

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ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime spotted in the wild near iPhone 4, DROID RAZR

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime spotted in the wild near iPhone 4, DROID RAZR

This week we both saw the official announcement of the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime and the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor that would power it - and today we get a special treat from ZTOP: a hands-on treatment complete with a size comparison to the comparatively hefty iPhone 4 (or the iPhone 4S). What kind of comparison is that, you might ask, why compare a tablet to a smartphone? Because the iPhone was sitting on the guy's desk and he had an ASUS Transformer Prime to take some photos of, that's why. Also behold a couple of videos from the device which show off some new apps as well.

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DROID Razr torn down with Dozuki saw and video effects

DROID Razr torn down with Dozuki saw and video effects

While Verizon and Motorola assure us that the back of the DROID RAZR by Motorola is not meant to be removed and that the battery is certainly not meant to be replaceable, the folks at iFixit never ever take no for an answer, starting their traditional teardown process with no less than the traditional Japanese saw known as the Dozuki. Of course there was no real need for this since there actually is a fingernail hole at the top of the device and snaps all around the edges that a non-terrifying instrument like your finger could work apart, but the glue between the battery and the back will make for a more difficult take-apart process for you. Then take note of the Kevlar, and be sure to remember that Kevlar in this state is both flexible and definitely not bulletproof - iFixit reminds us that bulletproof Kevlar is actually layers and layers of similar material backed up with a ceramic plate -- in other words, no bullets please!

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