Motorola RAZR maxx (or MOTORAZR maxx) is a Motorola phone, released in 2007. The maxx is an upgrade of the popular V3x and is Motorola's second HSDPA 3.5G phone after Motorola RAZR V3xx. Although almost identical to the V3x in use and features, the maxx supports additional external touch keys for music control and retains the size of the original RAZR V3.
Futuristic Touch Sensitive Music Keys with Elegant Lighting
2.0 megapixels camera with LED flash, Maxx Ve version support Auto focus.
The RAZR maxx V6 (European Version) will not work with AT&T's HSDPA network for it lacks the 850/1900 MHz W-CDMA bands. Alternately, prototype versions of the maxx are quadband phones featuring the 850/900/1800/1900 MHz bands.
This handset has been released on Telstra's NextG network under the original name "Motorola RAZR maxx V6". This phone features compatibility with both the original 2100 MHz band and the newer NextG band, 850 MHz. It should therefore also be capable of roaming to... Read More