The Droid RAZR Maxx is up for sale (and already back-ordered, we’ve heard), but one has made its way to our office. And here’s a video to show you what’s in the box, and more importantly, what the phone looks like in the real world. The first impression is good: although thicker than the original RAZR 4G, the RAZR Maxx is still very thin by any standards, especially if you compare it with modern phones like the iPhone 4S or the Galaxy Nexus. It feels as heavy as the Galaxy Nexus LTE, which is its main competitor in my opinion. Now, the real question is: how does it perform with its enormous 3300mAh battery? We’ll publish the complete review, but so far, the battery life has been impressive – for an LTE phone of course, but also in absolute terms. This is looking good. Very good.
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