Motorola is finally bringing the Droid RAZR Maxx to Europe following the phone’s launch through Verizon in the states over two months ago. Minus the Droid branding and LTE radio it is much the same deal with its Super AMOLED 4.3-inch display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM and a chunky 3,300mAh battery in select markets across Europe and the Middle East.
It is not clear which version of Android the phone will ship with in this part of the globe, but it is more likely to still be running Gingerbread not unlike the U.S. release. With that said, it’s expected at some point in the not too distant future an update to ICS will become available.
Despite the larger battery the phone remains at a pretty sleek 8.99mm width, yet thanks to the extra power on tap you should be good to go for up to 17.6 hrs of talktime over a 3G network or over 16 hours of video playback.
The phone is said to be arriving across Europe and the Middle East sometime next month.
KitGuru says: That’s some super impressive battery life. For many this will inevitably be the phone’s main selling point, but Moto could have sold a lot more units had it launched the phone globally at the same time as it did in the U.S. – By the time it becomes available next month it will be battling it out with many other attractive alternatives.