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First we were teased with the marketing photos, then there was the instruction manual, now our good friend Boy Genius gives us a hands-on with the Motorola MAXX Ve for Verizon Wireless. From the pics of the larger outside display to the redesigned keypad, it's looking so svelte. Let's not forget th

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Well, a hearty good morning to you too, FCC. Our favorite gadgety governmental org just approved a quad-band GSM version of Motorola's Maxx v6. Better yet, it supports UMTS in the US with a new 850MHz radio in addition to supporting 2100MHz for Europe -- there's no mention of 1900MHz which might (b

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Well, a hearty good morning to you too, FCC. Our favorite gadgety governmental org just approved a quad-band GSM version of Motorola's Maxx v6. Better yet, it supports UMTS in the US with a new 850MHz radio in addition to supporting 2100MHz for Europe -- there's no mention of 1900MHz which might (b

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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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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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It's been a few months since we heard a rumble from the CDMA side of the stable, until recently when a Howard Forums member put up marketing pics of the yet to be Motorola MAXX Ve. The device has been updated with a new color scheme, will support VCAST Video and Music (sorry, no TV support here fel

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There's still no sign of when exactly we might be able to get our grubby American paws on a Verizon-branded MAXX, but Australia's Telstra Mobile is gearing up to deliver the Christmas goodies a little early this year. As a refresher, the V6 MAXX takes the reigns as king of the RAZR hill, rocking so

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So, this actually went down a couple days ago, and we've been sitting here trying to process all the information ever since. The idea of any carrier -- let alone a non-Japanese one -- announcing thirty-one handsets in one fell swoop simply boggles our mortal minds. We take it so seriously, in fact,

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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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C'mon, it's just a RIZR, MAXX, and KRZR (pictured not at all in order) -- probably better thought of as Motorola's long-awaited new line of slick looking phones, than as the $1,700, $2,500, and $1,750 bricks of shiny glass and plastic that you'll just toss in six months. Still, it's nice to know th

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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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