Motorola’s super powerful Droid Turbo isn’t limited to the US customers, after all. The company has officially made an announcement of the Moto Maxx, the Non-US variant of the same Droid Turbo phone with a 5.2-inch Quad HD display. The Maxx will be a non-CDMA version, unlike the CDMA Droid Turbo that was limited to the Verizon network.
Offering all the same features, the Moto Maxx will be available in Ballistic Nylon option, with only 64GB storage variant in store (while the Turbo was available with/without the same and with 32/64GB options). Apart from that, there is a variant with metalized glass fiber reinforced with DuPont kevlar. This fiber is said to be five times stronger than steel. The Moto Maxx runs Android 4.4.4 KitKat, and the Lolipop update for the same will be released soon.
It is the same specs that power the Droid Turbo, including a 5.2-inch display with a 2K resolution (2560×1440 pixels), and Snapdragon 805 processor clocking at 2.7 GHz, with 3GB RAM. One of the best points about this is the 3900 mAh battery. The splash-resistant (water repellent nano coating under Gorilla glass display) Moto Maxx has a 20.7-megapixel camera on the rear side and it has the support for Turbo charging technology that was introduced with Droid Turbo.
The Turbo charging technology is capable of charging the 3900 mAh battery from zero to hundred percent in about three hours. Although the details aren’t given, the Qi wireless charging capability is expected on this device as well.
The smartphone has connectivity options including 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC. Starting today, the Brazilian market will sell the Moto Maxx for the price of 2,199 reais (which is around $875). There is no word from Motorola about the availability and pricing of the Moto Maxx in the markets outside Brazil and Mexico. In Mexico, the availability is around mid-November, and it will soon hit a few other Latin American countries.