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LEAKYMOTO, part II: MOTORAZR maxx Ve user guide

Chris Ziegler

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. No surprises, really -- VCAST music and videos, Bluetooth with A2DP (and dial-up networking!) -- but this'll be some hot reading material to hold folks over for a few more minutes while we patiently wait for a release (or, heck, even an official announcement would be nice). [Warning: PDF link]

[Thanks, Sam K. and Ry]

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