The once pleased cell phone brand has been pushed to the side by Android handsets from different makers, and even from inside Motorola with the Motorola Moto X. In an endeavor to kick off the DROID line, Verizon is presently offering the Motorola DROID MAXX 16GB.
The new variant of the DROID MAXX is accessible in polished red, and dark with chrome, and accompanies 16 GB of local stockpiling. The OG Motorola DROID MAXX comes in dark just, and characteristics 32 GB of memory. Since the new units have an easier measure of capacity, Verizon has brought down the cost of the Motorola DROID MAXX 16 GB to $99 with a marked two-year agreement, or $499 off-contract. That is a $50 and $100 reserve funds separately, from the 32 GB adaptation of the telephone.
The Motorola DROID MAXX accompanies a 3500mah battery for what Motorola says is 48 hour battery life, and was propelled last August. While accessible online now, it will be in Verizon stores on April 22nd.