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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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July 24, 2006 at 8:45PM
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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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Field report tidbits from Engadget's resident mobile insider, the Boy Genius.The Boy Genius has hooked Engadget Mobile up with the latest exclusive hotness: an unnamed Motorola prototype (one that we're hoping does not feature M-Track) obviously very closely resembling the V3x made its way into our

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Remember The Boy Genius, the dude who scored those CDMA Q shots way back in the year 2005? He's back, and hooked us up with some shots of Motorola's Canary, what we understand to be the true successor to the RAZR. Contrary to prior reports that this thing would run Windows Mobile, you can plainly s

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Remember The Boy Genius, the dude who scored those CDMA Q shots way back in the year 2005? He's back, and hooked us up with some shots of Motorola's Canary, what we understand to be the true successor to the RAZR. Contrary to prior reports that this thing would run Windows Mobile, you can plainly s

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