Saturday, May 26, 2012

Razr MAXX: the phone for blabbermouths


Motorola made a splash last winter when it revived its Razr line of skinny mobile phones. The original Razr from 2004 was a flip phone, the new version an Android-based smart phone with a 4.3-inch screen, 4G network access and a case that's less than one-half inch thick.

For an encore, Moto kept all of the Razer's basic specs but added what could be the best battery in the business. While last year's Razr would last for about 10 hours, a pretty respectable performance, the MAXX can run for almost a full rotation of the Earth.

Motorola says the phone will last for 21 hours of talk time on a single charge. Independent tests have clocked it at about 19.5 hours. Either way, that's enough juice to keep the biggest blabbermouths in gear.

The Razr MAXX costs $199 with a two-year contract at


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