Just like the original DROID RAZR has a MAXX brother, Motorola’s new DROID RAZR HD also gets a MAXX version with a bigger battery for extended battery life. While the RAZR HD has a 2530mAh battery for up to 24 hours of mixed usage, the RAZR MAXX HD packs a bigger 3300mAh to deliver up to 32 hours of mixed usage, up to 21 hours of continuous talk time, 8 hours of web browsing on 4G LTE, or 13 hours of straight video playback. Though thicker than its little brother, the MAXX version is still slim at 9.3mm.
The DROID RAZR MAXX HD comes with same features as the RAZR HD with some minor upgrades. In addition to the upgraded battry, the MAXX HD also doubles internal storage to 32GB and still supports microSD/SDHC memory cards. It gets the same 4.7-inch 720p Super AMOLED HD touchscreen, a 8 Megapixel camera with Full HD video capture, a 1.3 Megapixel front camera, GPS/AGPS, Bluetooth, WiFi DLNA, NFC and HDMI. The 1.5GHz dual-core processor and 1GB RAM powers the MAXX HD.
Like the standard HD model, the MAXX HD is global-ready supporting Verizon’s CDMA EVDO, LTE network as well as WCDMA/GSM network. Corning Gorilla Glass display, DuPont KEVLAR fiber and water-repellent nanocoating make it a real RAZR. Verizon will release the phone later this year.