The smartphone Motorola RAZR MAXX, cousin of the RAZR but provided with a stronger battery, is announced to be ready to go for the month of May 2012 across Europe.
In these times of recycling product names (the name had been used for a phone in 2006) Motorola unveils a version of its Android smartphone Motorola RAZR MAXX, so far only announced for the U.S market.
This is a smartphone with a display 4.3″ Super AMOLED QHD (960 x 540 pixels), a dual core processor 1.2 GHz with 1 GB of RAM and splash coating which like its cousin the RAZR uses shell Kevlar fiber.
The main difference with the RAZR is about extended battery capacity which gives it a very comfortable autonomy of 17.6 hours of talk, at the cost of a somewhat greater thickness of 9mm, against 7.1 mm for the Motorola RAZR.
You will find WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, a-GPS module and an 8 megapixel camera on the back and a secondary front camera for video conferencing. Interface side, you find the principle of Smart Actions to automate certain functions depending on time or geolocation (by defining a specific profile at home and office, for example) and MotoCast application streaming documents and multimedia content from computers.
The Motorola RAZR MAXX will be sold from May 2012 on several markets in Europe and the Middle East. Below is a promotional video touting the battery life.