Next-gen Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx for Verizon Leaked

Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx

The Motorola smartphones belonging to the Maxx family are popular for their huge batteries which are capable of keeping them alive for a longer time than your regular smartphones. According to the latest reports from @evleaks, the Chicago-based phone maker is currently readying the next-gen Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx, which will be available at Verizon.

The infamous leaker has posted what it seems to be the press photo of a Motorola smartphone, claiming that the handset we are looking at is the yet-unannounced Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx. Just like all the members of the Droid family, the Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx will be available at Veriozon and, according to sources, it will have three Android-specific capacitive buttons underneath its display, a Kevlar body, and most likely, a battery that will go beyond the 3,000 mAh threshold.

Rumor has it that the Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx will be codenamed XT1080M, therefore it will be a Droid Ultra (XT1080) variant which has the advantage of a bigger battery, probably capable of getting it through more than two days of moderate usage.

The rumor mill speculates that the Droid family will also include a Droid Mini (codenamed XT1030) and Moto X (XT1060) the Verizon variant of Motorola’s highly anticipated flagship smartphone.

Anyway, I am noticing a pattern in the smartphone world for 2013. After we’ve seen Samsung transforming the Galaxy S4 brand into a whole family of devices (Galaxy S4 Mini, Galaxy S4 Active, Galaxy S4 Google Edition, and Galaxy S4 Zoom), there are clear sings that HTC will have a similar approach with the HTC One, as the Taiwan-based company is currently working on a HTC One Mini and a HTC One Max.

We recently saw Sony introducing the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, a gigantic smartphone with a 6.44-inch FHD display and now it seems that there will be more than a Motorola Droid smartphone available this year on the market.

Unfortunately, the technical specifications of the Motorola Droid smartphones are yet to be unveiled, but, as soon as the Moto X release date draws near, I am expecting to see more details regarding Motorola’s next-gen handsets hitting the web.

  • Josh McNattin

    Who does the testing to say it’ll make it through two days? I’ve had a Razr Maxx for a year and a half, I’m by no means a power user, but I’m lucky to have a third of the battery left at the end of the day. Motorola adds too much bloatware that runs in the background.