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  • jjj - Wednesday, September 05, 2012 - link

    nice devices on paper,and ofc the Maxx is great (if screen and all else are ok),3300mAh in just 9.3mm and 157g is quite nice.
    obviously i want a Maxx Q,with quad core Krait so lets hope for that :)

    Moto posted full set of specs for the new phones,if anyone cares, here
  • ImSpartacus - Wednesday, September 05, 2012 - link

    Never good enough, eh? Are we going to wait for hexacore SoCs after the quad A15s become ubiquitous? Reply
  • fic2 - Wednesday, September 05, 2012 - link

    I wonder how much for an unlocked version. Don't want to go to contract on Verizon (or any other contract). Reply
  • xTRICKYxx - Wednesday, September 05, 2012 - link

    I would guess around $550-$650.... The new Nexus phone should be out soon I guess. Or you could pick up a Galaxy Nexus for $350 + tax. It has the same screen, just slower processor but with Jelly Bean! Reply
  • fic2 - Wednesday, September 05, 2012 - link

    I have been considering a Nexus. Like one commenter on another article said about this - if googorola would just produce a Motorola Nexus (very similar to these) they could have my money.

    In the presentation on youtube they did say they would have a "developer" version with unlocked bootloader.
  • Belard - Thursday, September 06, 2012 - link

    That Droid RAZR M looks quite nice... Like the slab shape (over the Atrix HD) - but I'm on at&t contract and Verizon sucks big time in my area...

    Check out the gallery on the Droid RAZR M, Its the same size as the iPhone4 - but a bit longer (so it should be a tad smaller than the iPhone5). The LCD display is right on the bloody edge of the bezel... smallest ever on a modern phone. Compared to the Atrix HD which has a 4.5" screen, yet the body is a sliver smaller than the SGS3. Which - does look good, but is a waste of space. The M isn't 1280x720... but is up there with the iPhone4s, so it should be good enough.

    I gather there could be an Atrix M then... and perhaps an Atrix HD MAXX? :)
  • QQBoss - Friday, September 07, 2012 - link

    I prefer not to have the Chinese versions of these phones, but I am having a heck of a time finding out if the developer version (or any unlocked version) can be used in China (Preferably on China Unicom, but China Mobile would be ok, too). I was told point blank by Verizon reps both in person while I was visiting the USA last month and on the phone that the Galaxy S III can't, won't, and will never work in China except as international roaming, only to finally find out that it is only software preventing an unlocked S3 from working in China and Samsung was supposed to make a patch available 'sometime soon'.

    I am happy enough with Dual-Core, but I want that 3300mAh battery if I can get it to work!

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