It's difficult to get excited by every new Smartphone which is announced unless there is something entirely unique about it. Recently we have seen the Sony Xperia S launch with an amazing 12mpx Camera and even more recently HTC brought us the 1st Quad Core Device. However, one concern always raised is just how well the battery will perform. Today, we have a new phone brought to market which throws that doubt away. The New Motorola Razr Maxx is unveiled with a very bold statement - the manufacturer claims that the battery will last up to twice as long as it's smartphone competitors.
Motorola state that on one full charge you can expect to complete a 17 hour conference call - that's twice as long as competitor's smartphone's - or browse the web for 7 hours straight. Alternatively the 3300mAh Lithium Iron Battery can offer up to 15 uninterrupted hours of movies or you could listen to music for two and a half days straight!
So, what else does this handset offer? It launches with Android 2.3.6 and, as expected, it will soon be upgradeable to Android 4.0, IceCream Sandwich. Even with the fantastic battery capacity included, the handset manages to come in at 8.99mm thin which is about right for the modern smartphone. It manages to include a rear facing 8 megapixel camera which has Auto Focus along with editing features such as Cropping, Rotating and Resizing. The Camera will also record Video in 1080p HD.
According to the manufacturer,The Motorola Razr Maxx is also "Business Ready", featuring security that would make any IT manager proud. Government-grade encryption protects your email, contacts and calendar, so you can feel secure knowing your data, and your company's data is secure.
The battery performance alone will grab peoples attention as it is one of the most common problems voiced by smartphone users. Will it be enough to give Motorola a significant market share of the 2012 Smartphone Market?
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