Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX Now Officially Available From Verizon Wireless


Grab your wallets, folks. Because one of the biggest and baddest Verizon has to offer is finally available for purchase. The Motorola Droid Razr Maxx is now officially available, online, from Verizon Wireless and can handle all the multimedia, streaming and gaming you can throw at it. This is all thanks to its 3,300mAh battery — those carrying-a-charger-with-you days are finally gone.

If you’re feeling especially chatty after buying your new Droid Razr Maxx (and who could blame you), the device is said to get somewhere around 21 hours of talk time on a single charge. And just because it offers almost double the battery capacity of the regular old Droid Razr, doesn’t mean it has to suffer in the looks department. Measuring in at only 8.99mm thick, the Maxx still keeps a relatively slim profile, making it attractive option against the rest of Verizon’s 4G LTE lineup.

If there’s one Android device to recommend to your friends, family or coworkers — this is it. You can pick up the Droid Razr Maxx from Verizon Wireless for $300 with an upgrade or 2-year agreement, $650 straight up. Or, if you’re a new customer, you can get the Maxx for a deeper discounted $200 from Amazon Wireless.

Anyone picking one up?

[Verizon WirelessAmazon Wireless | Droid RAZR MAXX Forums]


Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. grrrr, want this phone, FINALLY a phone with a battery life that brings tears to my eyes without making me want to kill myself when i notice it’s thickness!

    beautiful phone moto, now bring it to sprint please, these ARE the droids we are looking for

    1. I was thinking the SAME thing =)

      1. i really hope this thing sells well on verizon, even if i never get it on sprint hopefully if it does well other OEM’s will notice, THE PEOPLE WANTS BATTERIES!!!!!

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  2. Time to buy

  3. 3300 mha, that makes for lots of porn streaming!

    1. A prime example of an unnecessary comment.

      1. Valid point though…….

      2. i think that means yours qualifies in that category as well ;)  (as does mine now)

      3. An “unnecessary comment”?!?! What universe are you living in? Show me one, just ONE single comment in the history of comment boards that were ever truly “necessary”. This is why they are called “comments” and not “invaluable opinions”.
        Welcome to the interwebz.

  4. Send these to Canada, too!  

  5. Might exchange my SGN for this beast, gonna sleep on it………SGN lovers comence with the rude comments below!

    1. I want to also, but i bought mines from Best buy.

  6. I feel really bad for owners of the original Droid Razr. Carriers shouldn’t pull $h*t like this.

    1. You mean, introduce new devices? Is there a time limit everyone can agree on that would make something like this less heartbreaking? The “Apple 1 year rule?”

      This one is a little different in that it’s the same device but with a bigger battery…

      1. Introducing minimal successors this early… They should at least wait 4 months for the minimal successor and then have the real successor 1 year after the original variant.

        1. I’ve like the idea of release, refresh at six months, next generation at 12 months. All color variations available from the start.  Each OEM should have a high-end, a mid-level and a low-end.  An all of them should be well implemented for their price point. And since they are only releasing 6 phones/year they can actually take the time to make the quality phones and keep up with proper software support.

      2. Yes, I meant introducing new devices. Well, not exactly “new” but rather an upgraded version of a phone released two months ago.

        When did Droid Razr come out? I think 11/11/11. A little over two months and they release the Droid Razr Maxx. That is just wrong. 

        Minor updates like this shouldn’t happen. I just think it isn’t fair to the early adopters. I mean, two months? Come on.

        Release a phone with all the bells and whistles on day one. Including the larger battery, front facing cam, and anything else you may want to include 2 months later. Just include it from day one, don’t screw customers over. 
        Different colors should be released on day one too. 

        As far as releasing a new hardware version of the phone. At the minimum at 12 months. Honestly, I rather see very good quality hardware on super smartphones that get excellent software update support for 12–24 months with a new model released between 12-18 months.

  7. I still prefer with the Galaxy Nexus…but once the RAZR Maxx gets an ICS update, those 3300 mAh are gonna be hard to pass up!

    1. Yeah, if the recent leaks are any indication, it’s going to be a close-to-stock experience for ICS on the Motos. Very nice…

  8. I have quit capacitive buttons, i now have the droid charge, and i have to say, completely different experience. no accidental selections of the menu buttons. This is also why i will be choosing the White Galaxy Nexus, and passing up this phone, i cant stand capacitive buttons….

    1. I’m kind of confused. The Nexus doesn’t have physical buttons either.

  9. How about bringing it to every carrier like the original RazR series? Including T-mo? When will cell phone manufacturers learn that more money can be had if everyone can have one.

  10. very nice

    unfortunately, motorola keeps forgetting about europe

    you can only get the razr from online shops, not from regular shops (with a few exceptions) and the carriers here (netherlands) dont even carry motorola

  11. FYI… these are also now available in stores.  I was in the store this morning looking at the RAZR’s and asked the rep when the stores would be allowed to sell them.  He went and checked and said “apparently we are allowed to sell them today”.  And I now have a RAZR MAXX in my possession.   This thing makes my Incredible look like a toy.

  12. My eyes just jizzed

  13. when is google coming out with the Galaxy Nexus Maxx?

    1. Maybe when they stop using F@#$ing Samsung Galaxy variants for Nexii and go with Motorola.

  14. So how many bloatware apps are on this phone and how much memory is wasted for the apps?

  15. It’s a real slap in the face to release these slightly better phones just months after the original phone was released.  I’d be pissed if I bought a Droid Razr, though I’m smart and don’t buy Motorola in the first place…

  16. I miss my star tac!

  17. just ordered a Maxx online to replace my DroidX. Looking fwd to the 4G.

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