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Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX drops to $200 on contract

If you want to get one of the longest lasting devices in the smartphone game today, Verizon’s just made their best option a lot more attractive. The DROID RAZR MAXX has taken a $100 price drop. For just $200 you can get a phone that has a 3,300 mAh battery built in and still maintains a thickness profile of just 8.99mm. It also has a dual-core processor, LTE, and we’re willing to bet it will be one of the first Motorola phones to get Android 4.0 on Verizon. (Though we’re still not sure where Motorola is in regards to that.) If you want to take advantage, you can do so at Verizon Wireless or Amazon Wireless.

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  • bakdroid

    Wow….so many mistakes in this. It has an OMAP 4 processor, not tegra. And Moto is not holding up 4.0, Verizon is. There are no devices on VZW, other than the GNex, that has 4.0 at this moment.

    • lynyrd65

      But it got the most important things so right.

      Lightning fast LTE, custom rom support, thin casing and finally a Battery that lasts more than a day!

  • polarbehr76

    i paid 200 last month without the $30 loyalty fee

  • JaswinderSinghJammu

    Not worth $200 without ICS

  • surethom

    Razor HD please. Does anyown know when the HD will be announced?

  • Matt

    The battery life is amazing and runs great without ics… I would get a app to toggle the 3g and 4g on and off cause it trys to find 4g service when not in a 4g zone… Takes a few minto switch

  • nardva

    Should have been 200.00 at release. Now this phone is only worth 150.00 on contract.

  • C-Law

    Tegra 2?? Lol

  • blah

    Screw motorola. Crazy price drops on the RAZR line. Screws people out of there money. This is how you loose customers. And the fact of the promised ics shortly after, 6 months later;still no ics.

  • JBO1018

    I smell an eminent Razr HD release. (Note to self: wait 6 months after Moto phones release for the 3rd iteration in which Moto might actually get it right)

  • Jayshmay

    I had a bad experience with the original Droid, won’t ever go back to Moto again, Samsung for me for a while. Currently Samsung Droid Charge, eventually Galaxy SIII.

  • http://mensahwatts@yahoo.com Mensahwatts

    iwould get it if the screen size was bigger…4.3 is ok …but Verizon needs to get with the 4.6 4.7 + already…

  • http://mensahwatts@yahoo.com Mensahwatts

    Other than the Gnexus…