Motorola Moto Maxx is official launched in Brazil and Mexico


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Moto Maxx

Motorola unveiled the Moto Droid Turbo earlier previous month and now its international version is ready and is named Moto Maxx. It has the same set of specification and design sans the Verizon logo in rear panel.

It houses a gorgeous 5,2″ QHD  1440 x 2560 pixels Super AMOLED Display with Gorilla Glass 3 protection. The device currently runs on Android Kitkat 4.4.4 with Android Lollipop 5.0 update coming very soon. Inside Moto Maxx houses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 Quad-core 2.7 GHz Krait 450 with Adreno 420 GPU and 3GB of RAM. There is no external memory card slot but internal memory is 32GB/64GB which should be sufficient for most.

There’s a 4k capable 21-megapixel camera with dual LED Flash capable of capturing 2160p at 24fps and 1080p at 30fps. The front camera is 2-megapixels and supports 1080p video capture and chats. It should be ok for casual selfies.

In terms of connectivity Moto has covered the basics with LTE Cat 4, HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, Infrared, GPS and GLONASS. The battery inside is 3900mAh which will prove to be another major selling point for the device. Moto Maxx is not too heavy with 169grams and maintains slim profile at just 8.3mm.

Moto Maxx comes in ballistic nylon finish or metalized glass fiber reinforced with DuPont kevlar and has a repelling nano coating to protect from water damage. It will be available in Brazil from November 6 and will arrive in Mexico sometimes this month. It will be available in Asian and European countries soon though exact timing is yet to be known. It is priced in Brazilian Real at 2199 which is approx $877 for 64GB variant.

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