The HTC Droid DNA and Motorola's Droid RAZR HD/RAZR MAXX HD are all sweet handsets. The DNA of course has an edge in terms of screen and display while the RAZRs' battery lives are unmatched in the Android ecosystem. Sure the HTC One will be frickin' awesome when it does eventually show up but "later this spring" is…
I just copped a major feel on the new Motorola Droid 4 and the Droid RAZR MAXX. I'm going to cut right to the chase: they both carry on the traditions of their ancestors, but improve on them in ways that actually matter.
We really liked Motorola's Droid RAZR. It was crazy-thin, water-tight, and had a form factor we'd never seen. Too bad its battery life was sub-awesome. The RAZR MAXX is a little thicker, but it should keep you untethered from outlets 'till bedtime.
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Motorola is going MAXX to the XTREME with their latest RAZR handheld. Just when there weren't quite enough variants of the RAZR, they are throwing one more out there. The MAXX is a high-end RAZR that has a 2-megapixel camera, touch-sensitive buttons, microSD expandability, EV-DO and Bluetooth, of course.
This RAZR lookalike isn't a RAZR. It's a MAXX — just think of it as a hot dog, with all the extras. First and foremost, it has 3.5G HSDPA connection. That's good for 400 to 700 kbps transfers, with 1 megabit bursts, on Cingular's network (if the phone is ever picked up by the carrier.) Then there's a 2-megapixel…