Motorola DROID MAXX For Verizon Render Image Leaks; No logo in the front!

BY Rajesh Pandey

Published 6 Jul 2013


Notorious leaker Evan a.k.a @evleaks has just posted the first render of the upcoming DROID MAXX. At the moment, not much information is available about the specs and features of the DROID MAX.

Presumably, the DROID MAXX should be a re-branded Motorola X Phone with CDMA radios meant for the Verizon network. The leaked pictures do show off the front of the device that is devoid of any branding and logo, which is a rarity these days. The design of the handset is similar to the previous DROIDs from Motorola, which includes a Kevlar back.

It also looks like Motorola has decided to do away with the on-screen buttons, and has instead shifted to capacitive buttons, which thankfully do not deviate from the Android design guidelines. The naming scheme also indicates that the DROID MAXX is the beefier version of the DROID Ultra, with a massive battery.

It was earlier rumored that Motorola would be dropping its DROID branding for its future handsets meant for Verizon, but that piece of news might just turn out to be a baseless rumor.