The Motorola Droid MAXX has already leaked out and we expect to see the device officially unveiled on Tuesday, July 23rd. Until then, leaked photos of the upcoming smartphone confirm the fact that it will retain Kevlar backing, which is already a hallmark of the brand and looks similar to the last year’s Droid MAXX design. The only difference we could see is the texturing around the rear camera and flash. We couldn’t tell what material it’s made of (rubber, plastic, or more Kevlar) but it does look pretty good. With Kevlar, you get a thinner, lighter and more rigid frame for your smartphone.
Only two days keep us apart from the official release of the Droid MAXX and other devices from Motorola. The MAXX is expected to pack a quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2GB of RAM, and a battery which is said to last up to two days, according to our source. Other specs haven’t yet been revealed. Also, the price tag is unknown but, as we said earlier, you won’t have to wait for too long. The Droid Ultra and Droid Mini will also probably be released at the event that takes place the day after tomorrow. The devices come with the same specs as the MAXX, only with smaller batteries.
The handset is probably bound for Verizon. Other specs and features include a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass 2 protection, 16GB of internal storage and a 10-megapixel or 14-megapixel camera (we can’t see yet which version is the real one). The battery that we spoke about earlier has a capacity of 2500mAh. The backing looks nice, with the combination of the two colors (red and black) and the logos applied as they are. It actually looks better than any other color we’ve seen so far.