Motorola has announced that they’re going to be taking the RAZR MAXX – the phone known on Verizon as the Droid RAZR MAXX (which shouldn’t be that confusing) to Europe and the Middle East in May. Easily known as “that Moto phone with the extra-long battery life,” the RAZR MAXX will arrive with a slightly different radio that supports GMS and HSPA+ 3G instead of CDMA and LTE on Verizon’s version.
Other than that, everything else will be the same. The RAZR MAXX will feature a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM, a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED screen protected by Corning’s Gorilla Glass panels, and an 8MP rear-facing camera, all packed inside a 9mm thick frame with a Kevlar fiber rear panel at the back.
The highlight on this phone is its battery. Motorola claims a 17.5-hour talk time, thanks to the large 3,300mAh battery under the hood. The phone also features Smart Actions, a Motorola-exclusive feature that lets users set automatic actions depending on the situation, and the MotoCast app for streaming or downloading content from a computer.
Exact dates, prices and countries weren’t specified, but we should know for sure when May rolls around.