Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx Overview by Cell2Get

Motorola is no stranger to the world especially in this day and age, but back when cell phones were still a mystery Motorola was known through a small amount of electronic appliances, in some countries even vehicles. It is currently 2012 and not many people are surprised or astonished by futuristic innovations and equipment. Although the element of surprise may not exist for many people, the element of fun continues its course just as well as trendiness. Motorola knows how to keep their consumers entertained which is why they released the Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx on January of 2012.

3rd generation networks, or 3G networks, have been running the show for some time now. When it was time for the upgrade, the 4th generation network handled tasks far greater than what 3G could handle. In a short time frame, a much faster LTE (class 13) version of the original 4G was discovered and many of the newer phones like the Galaxy S3 or the well-known iPhone 5 are equipped with the dominating 4G LTE. Needless to say that Motorola decided to install the 4G LTE on the RAZR Maxx, this rare and unusual version of the 4th generation network explicitly reduces the transfer rates as well as refresh rates making multitasking a breeze, and of course extremely fast downloading of up to 3.1 MBps as well as other online activities.

Another well known term is Android, absolutely fantastic especially when applied as the operating system. The Maxx features the mentioned Android “Gingerbread” operating system version 2.3.6, which can be further upgraded to version 4.0. Its chipset consist of a TI OMAP 4430, the CPU runs at 1.2 GHz thanks to the dual-core Cortex A-9, this teamwork optimizes not only the performance of the device but the applications and ability to multitask as well. Its Super AMOLED advanced capacitive screen works alongside the enhanced 3D graphics and the mentioned drivers. Because of this, the RAZR Maxx enables the user to play console games such as Modern Combat 3, Soul Caliber and other console games on the Maxx. In addition to the games, other types of genres like racing or simulation takes advantage of the accelerometer to make things more interesting.

The built in 8 mega pixel camera has quite a few functions which includes auto-focus, touch-focus, geo-tagging, face detection, image stabilization, LED flash and records videos up to 1080p at 30 frames per second. A fully functional GPS, supporting A-GPS and GLONASS navigation, is ready to be used with punctual and precise directions, again thanks to the 4G LTE’s capability to speed up searching and the upgraded drivers. Of course the rest of its functions are optimized as well, calling reduces the background noise and heightens the voice a bit, voice dials, commands and navigation is available, splash resistance is included and many other normal yet optimized functions. And the best part is, it looks super cool!