Droid Maxx 2 Rocks For A Mid-End Android Phone

Posted on 01 November 2015 by author

Motorola has just released Droid Maxx 2 in United States made for Verizon users only. The device is almost similar to Moto X Play which was released in Canada, Latin America and Europe during summer. It has a lot of pre-installed apps coming from Red V (9 in all) with Amazon games application which are mostly games but its version of Android is not the same as that of the Play, which is quite disappointing for fans.


While it’s only running 5.1.1 Lollipop, its specs are still good for a mid-end phone with 5.5-inch 1080p screen and 48 hours of battery life (3,630mAh). The 21-megapixel camera is comparable to high-end Android phones. Verizon is limiting the device to 16GB storage for now while maintaining the device‚Äôs RAM at 2GB with Snapdragon 614 chip. Extra storage can be obtained up to 128GB with a microSD card.

At first glance, its design is somewhat similar with Nexus 5X because of its rock-solid feel, scaled back and swappable back plate. It will be available in a few days, after this announcement and Verizon is offering an affordable $16 per month two-year plans for this model in U.S. Availability in Asia, however, is unknown at this time.


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