Right on cue, the Moto Maxx has gone official in Brazil today with the handset also expected to arrive in Mexico and Latin American markets as well. Customers in Brazil will be able to get the smartphone right away for 2199 Brazilian Real which is approximately $872. Evidently, it’s not going easy on the customers’ wallets,
The Motorola Droid Turbo is available exclusively via Verizon Wireless in the U.S. But recently, we came across a leak which suggested that the smartphone might make its way to global markets as well. And today, a Google+ post has revealed the smartphone in all its glory. The smartphone looks exactly like the Droid Turbo, but without
Motorola is known for its Moto X and Moto G smartphones since recently. However, the company is also widely popular for its Maxx series of smartphones launched exclusively under the Droid brand by Verizon. And it seems like Motorola could soon have a global version of the popular Maxx smartphone for all, according to a trademark listing.