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Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD Battery Beaten Already?

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The war with smartphones is at its highest peak ever as makers of handsets continue to roll out new phones very fast to try and top each other.

Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD battery challenged

Today one of the most wanted factors when choosing a phone is the display, software, camera, fast processor and battery life. Motorola decided to focus on the latter when they released the Droid Razr Maxx and subsequently the RAZR MAXX HD with its 3300mAh battery.

Now AndroidAuthority says that Lenovo have beaten the battery of the Droid RAZR MAXX HD as they have introduced their P770, which comes with Android and which is said to be coming with a battery of 3500mAh.

A battery of this size would come with many hours of standby of course. The device is not confirmed at the moment but it won’t be something easy to beat, as generally devices come with superb specs but are let down by their battery life.

However it seems that this may be a case of being the other way around as the specs of the handset are not that impressive. It is rumoured that the handset will have a 1.2GHz MediaTek processor along with 1GB of RAM. The screen is thought to be around 4.5 inches with 960 x 540 resolution. The camera will be 8 megapixels on the rear of the device and it is thought that it will come with ICS and be updated to Jelly Bean 4.1 upon its launch. The latter specs might match those of the Droid Razr Maxx HD, but aren’t good enough to beat it.

It is thought that the device will cost 1,700 Yuan in China. One of the key factors to this is that the company will have set the bar high when it comes to battery life. It is anyone’s guess which of the top players in the smartphone market will be able to match it or better it, in 2013. Maybe next year we will see a handset that comes with a battery of 4500mAh or even one with as much as 5000mAh.

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