One handset that has got a lot of potential customers excited in the last couple of weeks is the Droid RAZR MAXX. The handset from Motorola promises to provide a great smartphone that will come will a good standard of battery life. Today we have news of a possible Verizon slip up that seemingly reveals the Droid RAZR MAXX release details.
Motorola first announced the handset officially at the recent CES show in Las Vegas, and revealed the fact that the device has a much more powerful battery. Instead of the standard RAZR that has a 1780mAh unit, the RAZR MAXX comes equipped with a mammoth 3300mAh power plant. This only adds about 2mm in thickness to the handset, and still comes in under 9mm.
Now according to an article on Pocket Now Verizon may have let the cat out of the bag regarding the release date of the device. Previously we reported that Motorola may have let slip the release date for the RAZR MAXX as January 26th. Now it seems this date may be accurate as Verizon seemingly backs this up following a product page for the device.
It states that the smartphone “will launch to all channels” on the same date that was previously leaked on the Motorola website. So it seems those of you that are waiting to get your hands on the RAZR MAXX, should only have a few more days to wait. With any luck as we enter the new week something official will become available from all those involved. Update: Verizon has confirmed the release date and it will cost you $299.99.
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