Working out what smartphone is perfect for you can be really easy sometimes, and with the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD it really comes down to battery life, which is pretty much unbeatable in this area. It is well known now by tech enthusiasts that more functionality brings problems when it comes to battery life, and numerous users have been disappointed by cell phone juice over the last couple of years, which software offering some cool features is partly to blame. The Droid Razr Maxx HD not only kills the competition on battery life but also offers some nice features at the same time with Android.
How good is the Droid Razr Maxx HD battery in real world tests? This will depend on how you spend a day using the smartphone, but some recent tests we saw when looking at the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and HTC DROID DNA battery revealed insight into Motorola’s offering as well. This showed that the Droid Razr Maxx HD wiped the floor with the competition and delivered over 21 hours of talk time, over 9 hours of web browsing, and more than 16 hours of video playback.
Droid Razr Maxx HD has a good battery tradition – you might hear about the iPhone 4S experiencing battery life problems with iOS updates, not all users, but the tradition for the Razr HD has been one of great battery life. We’ve spent some hands-on time with the older handset and had a number of PR readers also confirm battery that lasts over a day and half with moderate use, which is not the Maxx version. Do you agree that this Motorola handset has a great reputation for balance of features and battery life?
If you need more proof then you should see this article, which is a hands-on with the Droid Razr Maxx HD that also finds that this smartphone takes battery life to another level. They look at the officially quoted estimates and compare this to real world tests with heavy video loops and normal daily use, which both result in hours more than the competition. The reviewer also did performed a continuous voice call simulation with the Wi-Fi turned on, which resulted in around 22 hours of talk time.
Battery life is an important feature to most smartphone users considering our devices die when the juice runs out, but the Droid Razr Maxx HD won’t be for everyone, so if you’re giving this Motorola smartphone a miss feel free to share why in the comments. You might want to see the specs compared between the Droid RAZR MAXX HD and Galaxy Note 2 here, which also includes a few video reviews.