1. Ry's Avatar
    Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD available October 18th, $299.99 with 2-year commitment.

    more: http://moto.ly/razrmaxxhdinstore

    via http://www.facebook.com/motorola
    10-11-2012 11:07 AM
  2. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    I would have to pay approximately $710 including tax to purchase this phone and drop the RAZR Maxx. I really want to but I'm beginning to think it wouldn't be worth the money.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
    10-11-2012 11:47 AM
  3. Rizz1-2's Avatar
    I would have to pay approximately $710 including tax to purchase this phone and drop the RAZR Maxx. I really want to but I'm beginning to think it wouldn't be worth the money.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
    I have 2 words to say to you.... come on..... come on....
    10-11-2012 11:52 AM
  4. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    I have 2 words to say to you.... come on..... come on....
    As in go for it? I probably will as I'm a sucker for technology.

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    10-11-2012 11:57 AM
  5. Rizz1-2's Avatar
    Yeah go for it!

    and So am I...
    10-11-2012 12:11 PM
  6. AmousmosesMW's Avatar
    My question is.... when the HD and Maxx HD are launched next week, will the current Razr Maxx still be on display?

    I am not a 'have to have the latest and greatest' (although, yes when it's time for a new phone, I usually try to get the best one out there based on my needs) - I just want a phone with excellent call quality and signal strength, good/great camera and excellent battery life! And since I don't know if my wallet can handle the $299 Maxx HD price (plus tax and the upgrade fee), I may just end up with the regular Razr Maxx or may have to go with the smaller battery on the Razr HD.
    10-11-2012 12:25 PM
  7. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    Yeah go for it!

    and So am I...
    The only issue I have is a year from now a new device from Motorola will arrive with a huge leap from my RAZR. I'm talking more memory and such but that's not a guarantee. But welcome to the world of tech.

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    10-11-2012 12:25 PM
  8. bkircher's Avatar
    Any idea what the full retail price will be??
    10-11-2012 01:12 PM
  9. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    Any idea what the full retail price will be??
    Most likely $650

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    10-11-2012 01:43 PM
  10. Ohleo's Avatar
    Hell yeah

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    10-11-2012 03:00 PM
  11. KBV1's Avatar
    I'm from the UK, and I'm definitely picking one of these up when I come to the US in December. Of course I'll have to buy it out right. From the look of it, we wont be lucky enough to have this phone here. Bad thing is i have to wait 2 months to get it
    10-13-2012 07:26 AM
  12. ArtieTheOneManParty's Avatar
    ... I just want a phone with excellent call quality and signal strength, good/great camera and excellent battery life! And since I don't know if my wallet can handle the $299 Maxx HD price (plus tax and the upgrade fee), I may just end up with the regular Razr Maxx or may have to go with the smaller battery on the Razr HD.
    If you want 4G and Battery life, you need a MAXX.
    10-14-2012 05:01 PM
  13. rbess1965's Avatar
    I have an upgrade available but would likely lose my Unlimited data by changing my device. Tempting but not enough to lose my data.

    Message brought to you by the amazing Droid Razr Maxx
    10-15-2012 11:22 AM
  14. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    I have an upgrade available but would likely lose my Unlimited data by changing my device. Tempting but not enough to lose my data.

    Message brought to you by the amazing Droid Razr Maxx
    That's why I said screw it and put $700 to the side. My only fear is that the HD Maxx will be 750 without a contract and that would make me say pass. I fear this because the RAZR M would probably have to go down in price so it isn't the same price as the HD right? I wish there were more specifics...

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    10-15-2012 11:41 AM
  15. AmousmosesMW's Avatar
    If you want 4G and Battery life, you need a MAXX.
    So then I guess my questions are....
    - Besides the HD and screen size, what else would I be losing if financially I had to go with the MAXX?
    - I thought I saw somewhere that the processors in the HD and HD MAXX were more efficient. So, if that is true, would the battery usage of the MAXX basically equate to the battery usage of the smaller battery HD?
    10-15-2012 12:39 PM
  16. Ohleo's Avatar
    So then I guess my questions are....
    - Besides the HD and screen size, what else would I be losing if financially I had to go with the MAXX?
    - I thought I saw somewhere that the processors in the HD and HD MAXX were more efficient. So, if that is true, would the battery usage of the MAXX basically equate to the battery usage of the smaller battery HD?
    I don't know what's different about the battery in this phone but I do know there is something different about it because it's supposed to manage battery life much better. Hence why the M has almost as good of life as the og Maxx. Give or take lol

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    10-15-2012 02:29 PM
  17. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    I don't know what's different about the battery in this phone but I do know there is something different about it because it's supposed to manage battery life much better. Hence why the M has almost as good of life as the og Maxx. Give or take lol

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    The Snapdragon processor is much more efficient thus improving battery life.

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    10-15-2012 02:33 PM
  18. Ohleo's Avatar
    Yeah my bad, I meant to say processor instead of battery lol

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    10-15-2012 02:49 PM
  19. AmousmosesMW's Avatar
    So does that mean the Regular RAZR HD would equate to a similar battery usage to the RAZR MAXX?
    10-15-2012 02:56 PM
  20. gollum18's Avatar
    300$ with an upgrade that's an atrocious subsidized price for the same phone with a few minor upgrades, wth is Verizon thinking? Sorry but I'm used to paying 200$ to upgrade to new phones on sprint. If this price is normal on Verizon please enlighten me.

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    10-15-2012 03:51 PM
  21. dirkbonn's Avatar
    I just went online to check the upgrade status of our 3 phones, my Droid X and the wife and daughters 2 iPhone 4's. Mine is way back in March of '12 but our iphones are 10/15/12! But why I'm posting is while my X can be upgraded at the subsidized price, it also says I have a $50 "loyalty" credit available. Is this possibly the replacement for the old NE2 program? Not that it makes any difference cuz I'll still take it but just wonderin'?

    I want to get the Razr Max HD and the wife and daughter want the iPhone 5's. The iPhones are still out of stock in the stores I believe so I think I'll wait to get my phone at the same time we upgrade our iPhones. I'm hoping since we'll be upgrading 3 phones at the same time, this may give us some leverage when asking to get the activation fees waived. Not sure if the corp stores can waive the upgrade fees. Anyone got any insight on this? Guess I can ask, all they can say is no and then I haven't lost anything but they might say "Yes".

    So, I've been patiently/impatiently waiting for the 18th so I can upgrade my phone but guess I'll have to be patient/impatient a little bit longer.
    10-15-2012 05:34 PM
  22. dirkbonn's Avatar
    Just a quick question. Has anyone seen the Maxx HD manual posted either on the Verizon Website or the Motorola website?

    I know with previous phones, (some but not all) when getting close to the release date, the manuals show up. I've searched but can't fine them. That doesn't mean they're not there however, that just means I haven't found them.

    Just a couple more days people. I think we're all going to live! Haha!
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    10-16-2012 07:09 PM
  23. jtl's Avatar
    There is one out there for the RAZR HD (Australian version): https://motorola-global-en-aus.custh...8017216001.pdf

    I want the US MAXX one as well -- but the above should be pretty close, I presume.
    10-16-2012 09:07 PM
  24. jtl's Avatar
    There is one out there for the RAZR HD (Australian version): https://motorola-global-en-aus.custh...8017216001.pdf

    I want the US MAXX one as well -- but the above should be pretty close, I presume.
    10-16-2012 09:07 PM
  25. rbess1965's Avatar
    Well boys & girls, something happened this weekend that caused me to go get a new phone and as you can see from the signature I'm now sporting a Maxx HD. With some creative upgrade options, I was able to keep my Unlimited plan on my line. My stepson, who lost his phone over the weekend got my Maxx but he lost his unlimited data. We upgraded this on his line which changed his account then reactivated it on my line therefore not changing my line. One word, Awesome.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Android Central Forums
    11-06-2012 12:30 AM

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