|Motorola Droid Maxx
To say I was excited to be given the chance to check out the Motorola Droid Maxx would be an understatement. I have been testing quite a few phones for the Lifestyle Blogger program but always go back to my Motorola Razr HD. I was very curious as to how they would compare.
The Motorola Droid Maxx promised an even longer lasting battery. The battery in the Razr is a big part of the reason I like it so much. The Droid Maxx has a 3500 mAh battery, giving it life for up to 48 hours of typical use. This is just what I need in my busy life.
Every couple weeks I have to drive one of the little guys 6 hours to visit his mom. Because of the battery I do not worry about the little guy playing games or watching videos while in route. 5 or 6 times a month I have to wait around, often for hours, waiting for the elderly lady I take care of while she is at the Dr. During this time I have no problem keeping up with social media and listening to my favorite Pandora stations.
Of course the battery is not the only great feature of the Droid Maxx. They have greatly improved the camera on it. The front camera is now a 2mp and the back is 10mp. The quick capture is a great addition. No more missing great shots while you search for the camera icon. Now just give it a couple shakes and touch the screen. There is your camera up and ready to go.
The low light picture capability is also much improved. With the Razr HD many indoor shots were missed because of poor lighting. As you can see in this pic that is not so much of a problem.
If the MAXX battery life is what your looking for Verizon has 3 ways they can get you connected. The cost is $499 with your month to month plan, $199 with a 2 year contract, or $0 down and $20.90 when using the Verizon Edge plan.
Though I have only had the phone a couple weeks I am loving this phone. I can’t wait to discover the rest of the improvements they have made.