Today Verizon launched the Droid RAZR MAXX by Motorola, which amazingly means, that Verizon launched a device on time! The RAZR MAXX is the enhanced version of the initial Droid RAZR increasing specifically the battery from 1780mAH to 3300mAH and promising 21.5 hours of talk time. The increased batter size only increases the thickness of the device from 7.1mm to 8.99mm making it still a ridiculously thin device. The phone carries all of the same benefits of the original Droid RAZR including Gorilla Glass, Kevlar backing, water-repellent nano-coating and 8MP camera. Oddly now the regular Droid RAZR is available in three color choices but the RAZR MAXX is only available in black.

Motorola and Verizon are also touting this as the first 4G LTE phone to last all day and night, which has been one of the major complaints of recent smart phones especially with 4G LTE.  The phone will run you $299.99 on a new 2 year contract, and has cause the beginning of the end of life cycle for the initial Droid RAZR.