Motorola RAZR Maxx hands on review
Motorola RAZR Maxx hands on review – 8MP camera smarts
The same 8MP camera that we used on the RAZR impressed us again with accurate colours and easy to use controls like exposure and panorama mode. There's also 1080p video on board the RAZR Maxx show but if smartphone photography is a deal-breaker for you, be patient and we'll line up the best of 2012's smartphone cams to truly see which 8MP snapper is king.
Motorola RAZR Maxx hands on review – price and release date
So the Motorola RAZR Maxx is a chunkier RAZR that promises not to run out of juice and let you down every afternoon at 5pm. Since battery life is so important, let's hope other smartphone manufacturers take note and start cramming in big batteries themselves.
But is the RAZR Maxx special enough? That remains to be be seen. But with nifty features like Smart Actions – where the phone will automatically open your music player when you plug in headphones, or turn on GPS when docked in the car – and MotoCast for remote access to files on any switched on PCs or Macs at home, it stands a very good chance. And it's available to pre-order now from £420.