"Another fine industrial phone from Motorola.....YAWN."3.0 starson by Supekan
Pros: Battery life (OBviously)
Cons: Extremely wide for no apparent reason, Greedily overpriced.
Summary: By Motorolas own admission the only difference between the Razr and the Razr Maxx is the larger battery and for that added feature it'll cost you a whopping $100. Name ONE extended battery on the market for any phone, anywhere, ever that costs a $100 regardless of its capacity? I have a Droid X, I'm keeping it until flames shoot out the back before I drop $300 bucks on a phone that is simply a 4G, dual core upgrade of that phone. The Maxx has the same sized screen wrapped in a quarter inch of plastic that holds Lord knows what? Is it just bigger just because? It just makes the phone impossible to put in your pocket. Motorola is the Ford Mustang of phones, all power no finesse, always has been always will be and until HTC and Samsung can get their act together these phones will sell. This phone has a great battery but Verizon AND Motorola are content once again to fleece the American public and play on their need for instant gratification. I feel sorry for the poor schleps who purchased the original Razr only to get hamstringed eight weeks later with the Maxx.....