Saturday, 27 July 2013

Motorola Droid renews its range with three models



Combined with Verizon; Motorola this week unveiled the Droid Ultra Maxx and Mini. The first relies on the fineness of the design of its 5-inch display, while the Droid Maxx announced 48 hours of autonomy. The Droid is back with 3 new models, Motorola announced yesterday. First there is the Droid Ultra equipped with a 5-inch HD and a 10 megapixel sensor and displays a thickness of 7.2 millimeters. Then comes the Droid Maxx has the same 5-inch display, but that is all about self with supposed to provide 48 hours of battery power of 3500 mAh. The Droid Mini finally positioned on the waist with a 4.3-inch AMOLED screen. These Smartphones using a system on a chip X8 Mobile Computing System developed by Motorola. The SoC contains 8 cores with 4 dedicated graphics applications and is only used to manage the passive voice recognition system which is found in the Moto X also. This chip is based on the Qualcomm Krait architecture, but Motorola has not said by whom it is made. The three Smartphones will be available exclusively from Verizon from 20 August to $ 299 for the Droid Maxx, 199 dollars for the Droid Ultra and $ 99 for the Droid Mini with a two-year subscription. It remains unclear when these models will be available!

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