Motorola’s got DROIDs you want
Exciting doesn’t even begin to describe Motorola’s big announcements last week at CES 2012. The highly anticipated DROID 4 and DROID RAZR MAXX were met with open arms by Motorola fans around the globe. These two phones are similar in many aspects, but are separated by two key factors: a keyboard and battery life. These differences may be the ultimate decision maker for those who are torn between the two devices.
When it comes to hardware and software, these devices are almost identical. Your decision will have to come down to this: do you want a sliding QWERTY keyboard or extremely long battery life? The way I see it, the DROID 4 is a phone that is aimed more at a business professional that will use the keyboard to type emails and memos, while the RAZR MAXX seems to be a solution for media orientated users. Both of these phones will be great additions to the Motorola DROID family and whichever you pick, you definitely can’t go wrong.
Check out a side-by-side comparison of these super devices: