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Old September 18th, 2012, 10:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm just wondering what the differences are between the maxx and maxx hd? I know the screen is hd and the memory is different but anything else? I had a maxx and enjoyed it. I have an S3 now and I'm thinking about going back to a maxx or the new hd

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Old September 18th, 2012, 12:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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IIRC....
screen, internal memory, S4 chip. afaik thats it other than slightly different appearance
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I'm just wondering what the differences are between the maxx and maxx hd? I know the screen is hd and the memory is different but anything else? I had a maxx and enjoyed it. I have an S3 now and I'm thinking about going back to a maxx or the new hd
According to the Motorola spec sheets......

MOTO SPEC SHEET FOR THE HD:
DROID RAZR HD by Motorola Fact Sheet - Fact Sheets - Motorola Mobility LLC


MOTO SPEC SHEET FOR THE MAXX:
DROID RAZR MAXX HD Fact Sheet - Fact Sheets - Motorola Mobility LLC

From what I can see, the differences are;
  • Overall size
  • Weight
  • Battery size
  • Storage
  • Memory
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IIRC....
screen, internal memory, S4 chip. afaik thats it other than slightly different appearance
Don't forget the screen is 3x different.
1) standard vs. HD resolution
2) 4.3" vs. 4.7"
3) captive buttons on the phone vs. on screen buttons.
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I'm liking the new maxx hd I just wonder if the maxx is gonna be available in white? If so I maybe getting it
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Don't forget the screen is 3x different.
1) standard vs. HD resolution
2) 4.3" vs. 4.7"
3) captive buttons on the phone vs. on screen buttons.
Oh, I messed up. I thought the OP was asking the difference between the Razr HD and the Maxx HD.
I see after rereading his post he was asking about the difference between the original Droid Maxx and the Maxx HD.

Again, sorry about the misinformation I posted.
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Don't forget the screen is 3x different.
1) standard vs. HD resolution
2) 4.3" vs. 4.7"
3) captive buttons on the phone vs. on screen buttons.

yes it is. im pretty sure all 3 of those fall under the "screen" being different.
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yes it is. im pretty sure all 3 of those fall under the "screen" being different.
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I though I saw where cpu was going from 1.2ghz to 1.5ghz too.
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regardless it will be an entirely different phone, regardless of specs everything is different in some way.

bootloader, processor, memory, screen, stock mobile OS, basebands.

nearly everything will be different, but a few features will remain the same
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