New Motorola Phone Boasts 48 Hour Battery

Posted by: Maxine Brimmer (3 years, 1 month ago)

Motorola’s Droid MAXX manages to surge ahead of the rest of the pack by promising a 48-hour battery life, a substantial improvement on the average smartphone.

The Droid MAXX is the successor to Motorola’s Droid Razr MAXX HD, which was released by Motorola in October 2012. With slogans such as “Long Live the Battery”, the Droid Maxx’s predecessor was already able to deliver an impressive 32 hour battery life, leaving Motorola with a tough act to follow up. The impressive battery life on these latest phones are due to a large  3,500 mA battery, which can typically deliver between 50% to 100% more battery life than a typical smartphone battery.

Despite the enlarged batteries inside the phones, Motorola have managed to keep the Droid MAXX at a slim 0.33 inch width. Within its small frame, the phone also offers an upgraded 10 megapixel camera with ClearPixel technology, as well as being able to act as a functional Wi-Fi hotspot for multiple devices at once.

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