Apparently, there was a leaked commercial story board that talked about Verizon’s upcoming Motorola Droid MAXX, touting that it will offer up to “48 hours of worry-free battery life”. Hmmm, there were no conditions attached to the “48 hours of worry-free battery life”, so we have absolutely no idea on what to base that criteria upon. Surely Motorola would know better than to leave the smartphone on standby with all radios turned off in order to make that claim? Assuming that the Verizon Droid MAXX would be able to last for a full 2 days of use without charging while remaining hooked to a data connection throughout that time period, with constant texting, push emails, and social network updates, then that would be an impressive figure.
The leaked image had been pulled over by the folks at AndroidCentral who first put it up, but it is still floating around on the Internet thanks to cached copies. Anything with a long battery life is a winner in our books, but the question is this – how large will the battery be, and will it negatively impact the way the smartphone looks and holds in your hand eventually? There is always a price to pay for everything, after all.
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