Motorola Reveals the Moto Maxx “Droid Turbo” in Brazil and Latin America

Earlier today, Motorola accounted the Moto Maxx, a device that could easily be mistaken for the Droid Turbo. Actually, it is the Droid Turbo. The only different thing here is the name and the place where you can buy it. In the same time, there is no Verizon carrier restriction for the Smartphone. Moto Maxx, rebranded the Droid Turbo, will become available in Brazil and Latin America.

The Moto Maxx matches the Turbo spec-for-spec with its 5.2-inch QHD display, 21 MP rear camera, 3,900 mAh battery, 805 Snapdragon 2.7 GHz processor, 3GB of RAM memory and 64 GB of internal storage with the possibility of an SD card extension.

Like the Droid Turbo, the Moto Maxx has pretty much the best specs we all have seen this year, running Android 4.4.4 KitKat out of the box. The device will not come with Android Lollipop as a stock version, but I am sure that it will be among the first devices to get an update.

The Moto Maxx will be available for purchase there on starting with today, and arriving in mid-November to Mexico. In the same time, it will also be available in other parts of Latin America by the end of the year.

There are no other official details regarding the release date in other countries, but the Smartphone may come to the UK, mainland Europe, India, Southeast Asia and Australia in weeks to come, as will the global availability of Moto G.

Concerning the pricing, the Moto Maxx will cost around 699 Euros. The US price for its Verizon counterpart rounds out to $599 for the 32 GB version. As you can see, this looks like a major price increase, with the difference being around $270. In UK, it will be available at around £550 but in the end, pricing is a matter of local carriers and distributors.