Jul 31 AT 10:49 AM Dima Aryeh 4 Comments

Motorola trademarks “Moto Maxx” name, gets us all excited

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In the last few years, Verizon and Motorola have been best buds. They had a deal to make some pretty nice exclusive devices for the carrier under the DROID line, which was fairly popular (especially around the original DROID days). One of these devices was the Maxx variant, which stood out due to its huge battery in comparison to the others.

Everybody loves devices with huge batteries (the Huawei Ascend Mate2 comes to mind), so the fact that the DROID Maxx devices were always exclusively on Verizon was pretty disappointing. However, Motorola has recently trademarked the name “Moto Maxx” and we’re already hoping it’ll be used.

If Motorola releases a standard GSM device, like the Moto X, in a Maxx variant with a massive battery, we think it’ll sell pretty well. Advertising multi-day battery is a huge selling point for many, as people often top off their phones in the middle of the day at work. And with Motorola releasing some kickass products recently, a Maxx device would just be icing on the cake.

Would you pick up a Moto Maxx device, if it ever makes it to the market? Leave a comment!

Note: For the trademark source, head to the USPTO site and search TESS for “Moto Maxx.”

Via: Droid-Life

Dima Aryeh is a Russian obsessed with all things tech. He does photography, is an avid phone modder (who uses an AT&T Galaxy Note II), a heavy gamer (both PC and 360), and an aspiring home mechanic. He is also an avid fan of music, especially power metal.

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  • LilSmurf2009

    I would, I think the only reason why they Haven’t been doing well it because of that exclusiveness with Verizon. Imagine a new Motorola Max across all major carriers. That sounds like a winner to me.

  • Bw

    I’m going to be paying attention each time Moto releases a device. The only reason I see replacing my Moto X is increased storage and more battery life. Likely going to be buying Motorola for a while if the keep the balanced approach of stock OS with interesting innovations like active display and thoughtless control.

  • Hal Steward

    Big battery AND bullet proof. Moto X and HTC One were the two best. Excellent reception, another plus. Selling point for me moto x was assembled in usa. That didn’t last long. Real Sad

  1. I would, I think the only reason why they Haven’t been doing well it because of that exclusiveness with Verizon. Imagine a new Motorola Max across all major carriers. That sounds like a winner to me.

  2. BwGuest 8 months ago

    I’m going to be paying attention each time Moto releases a device. The only reason I see replacing my Moto X is increased storage and more battery life. Likely going to be buying Motorola for a while if the keep the balanced approach of stock OS with interesting innovations like active display and thoughtless control.

  3. Hal StewardGuest 8 months ago

    Big battery AND bullet proof. Moto X and HTC One were the two best. Excellent reception, another plus. Selling point for me moto x was assembled in usa. That didn’t last long. Real Sad