Moto Maxx, also known as Droid Turbo was considered by many a real competitor for Nexus 6 in both specs and price matters. So, the Maxx is somehow highly expected in various markets, though it was already released in Latin America.
If you were also planning in getting Motorola Moto Maxx and already searching for future pricing offers, I have something that will upset you. Motorola, which previously stated that France will not receive the phone, provided further info related to the future market availability of its latest flagship.
Unfortunately Moto Maxx will not be released in Europe at all. It seems that the smartphone will remain exclusive only for Latin America market, so you will have to head your attention towards other devices instead. It is still unclear if Motorola will prepare a similar handset for a Europe launch, or if Moto X is the last release planned by the company until next year.
Moto Maxx was a great choice for the users who were thinking that Nexus 6 is too big or either too expensive. The Maxx was also appreciated for its beastly battery and for decent to high end hardware performances, so this might be a huge disappointment for Europe users. Moto Maxx is coming with a 5.0 inch Super AMOLED display, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage and with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4Pro chipset clocked at 1.7 GHz. Other specs are including a 10 MP rear facing camera, 2 MP front facing shooter and a 3500 mAh battery.
Well, that’s all for now. Further details might be announced by Motorola, so stay close if you are still optimistic in term of a Europe release of Moto Maxx.