The Motorola Droid Maxx (XT1080M) will feature a 3,500 mAh battery that can be charged wirelessly, according to a leak found on FCC documents. Earlier, a leaked storyboard revealed that such battery will offer as much as 48 hours of battery life.
The word “Maxx” in Motorola’s handsets is used to distinguish smartphones which offer plenty of battery juice against the other smartphones in the product line. Last year’s model, the Droid Razr Maxx HD offered a 3,300 mAh battery, which is 200mAh less than the capacity of the Droid Maxx’s battery.
Meanwhile, the batteries of the Motorola Droid Mini (XT1030) and the Droid Ultra (XT1080) will reportedly have significantly lower capacities than the battery on the Droid Maxx. According the the same FCC documents, the Droid Mini will have a 2,000mAh capacity whereas the Droid Ultra will have a slightly larger 2,130mAh. Last year’s Droid Razr M, which is believed to be the counterpart of this year’s Droid Mini, also had a 2,000 mAh battery. However, the Droid Razr HD, which is the counterpart of this year’s Droid Ultra, had a larger battery capacity of 2,530 mAh, or 400 mAh more than the capacity of the Droid Ultra’s battery.
The same documents also indicate that the batteries of the Droid Mini and the Droid Maxx will have an integrated inductive charging accessory that would support wireless charging. There was no mention of the Droid Ultra having the same accessory, so it is unknown if the name of the smartphone was merely omitted or truly does not come with the feature.
Leaks pertaining to the other specifications and features of the Motorola Droid Mini, Droid Maxx, and Droid Ultra have already surfaced within the past few weeks. Famous leaker @evleaks has even posted a possible photo of all three smartphones. Verizon is scheduled to unveil these handsets in an event in New York City today.