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Nope, it still ain't available, but Moto's slowly letting down its defenses in the battle to find out everything there is to know about the new king of the CDMA RAZR hill. The MOTORAZR maxx Ve (the capitalization rules here are driving us nuts) will be coming to Verizon at some point in the future

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February 9, 2007 at 11:08AM
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Although it's passing the checkered flag quite a few laps later than the McLaren-branded handsets we've seen of late, Ferrari has utilized that long-standing partnership with Motorola to kick out a flashy limited edition MotoRAZR MAXX, dubbed the V6 Ferrari. Although it's not like Ferrari to stop wi

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It's been ages since we first saw a CDMA-compatible Motorola RAZR maxx for Verizon -- thanks to none other than Moto itself publishing pictures on one of its sites -- and Chicago's home team is throwing confidentiality to the wind once again by throwing up the still-unreleased maxx Ve's user guide

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We can almost hear the voices of skeptical readers whispering in unison, \"fanboy Photoshop,\" and we'd normally have half a mind to agree. After all, the bizarre gray exterior (just a reflection, perhaps?) seems incongruent with the rest of the phone, the contents of the external display are obvious

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We can almost hear the voices of skeptical readers whispering in unison, \"fanboy Photoshop,\" and we'd normally have half a mind to agree. After all, the bizarre gray exterior (just a reflection, perhaps?) seems incongruent with the rest of the phone, the contents of the external display are obvious

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Well, it's not an absolute surprise, we saw this model as an unnamed prototype floating around last month, but Motorola just officially took the wraps off of their new MotoRAZR MAXX, a purtiful followup to the V3x. At a mere 0.6-inches thick, the MAXX shaves a whole 0.2-inches off of the V3x. The

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Well, it's not an absolute surprise, we saw this model as an unnamed prototype floating around last month, but Motorola just officially took the wraps off of their new MotoRAZR MAXX, a purtiful followup to the V3x. At a mere 0.6-inches thick, the MAXX shaves a whole 0.2-inches off of the V3x. The

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