The Verizon Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX has been available only for a few days reaching the status out of stock by now. Earlier the handset was claimed to be available in two days, but the idea of getting the ordered device only next week leaves some space for doubt. It’s cool the handset, which doesn’t provide anything new other than a 3300 mAh battery, causes such interest. Apparently, it’s due to the promised 21 hours of talk time, which is unprecedented among Motorola handsets.
Another reason explaining the handset’s being out of stock is the BOGO deal, which assumes that buying one, you get another unit of the same device for free.
The company made a smart decision offering a powerful battery LTE device as we are all familiar with the battery-killing feature of this connectivity. Most likely this strategy will be continued by Motorola as the expenses of the Droid RAZR MAXX promise to get paid off.
The Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX comes at the price of $299.99. There’s a customers limited version of the device, which can be purchased for $199.99 but only by the employees of the company. Actually, you can get this type of device with a rather high $2250 price tag. Still even if you dare to get this unit, it will be shipped between February 24 and March 1, which is later than the expected shipping of the typical units.
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