Motorola’s latest smartphone, the RAZR MAXX, has been launched in South Africa.
The new RAZR promises a significant battery life, allowing users to enjoy all the capabilities that the phone has on offer.
The device is said to have up to 17.6 hours of talk-time, even with it’s 1GB RAM combined with a dual-core 1.2GHz processor.
Even though the RAZR MAXX is 8.99mm thin, the Android-powered device “prides itself” on its strength, as it’s made from kevlar fibre and Corning Gorilla Glass to help protect the 4.3-inch Super-AMOLED screen.
The Smart Actions feature also allows users to automate the phone’s settings, which will change according to the time of day, location, battery levels or other conditions.
The MotoCast app is also pre-installed on the RAZR MAXX, which will let users download content from a work or home computer straight to the device.
Motorola’s RAZR MAXX is available now, with a recommended retail price of R6500, along with contract options.