The 4.7-incher packs a massive (albeit non-removable) 3,300 mAh ticker beneath its hood, meaning it’s one of the very few mobile devices out there that can last more than a day on a full charge. Heck, it can easily go for a week if you don’t hog it.
But you know what could make the Razr Maxx HD even more attractive? That’s right, a price cut. And while Verizon is famous for its stinginess, Amazon is not, which is proven by the retailer’s latest Maxx HD promo.
The beast is just $79.99 with new two-year contracts via Amazon Wireless, going for just as much for existing Verizon customers looking to add a line to a family account. Upgrading users will have to cough up a little more dough, but $129.99 is still not a hefty price to ask given Big Red still charges 200 bucks through its official website.
Upgraded to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean a while ago, the Razr Maxx HD is very close to perfection. It only packs a dual-core 1.5 GHz CPU, but the Super AMOLED HD panel, 1 GB of RAM, 8 MP camera and 4G LTE speeds are all top of the line specs.