Phone packaging doesn’t change all that much from phone to phone but even with that in mind Motorola did make the MAXX stand out a little with its “droid” branding all over the box. Once you slide off the slip cover and open everything up you are greeted with the phone itself right up on top in its own tray. Under the phone, you have all of your accessories. First you get a USB charging cable as well as a wall charger like you do on any phone made in the past few years. There aren’t any headphones included but you do get a whole stack of documentation, exciting right? Most of it is safety and warranty information as well as a small guide to getting to know your phone. What did stand out though was the copy of the Ingress beta that is bundled along with it all though, this is something a little new. It looks like the official copy of the game is out now but I do love the idea of them bundling in a game or a few apps for you to install if you want rather than forcing them on you. Hopefully we see more of that in the future.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #33099 08 Oct 2013 20:32
I'm a little late posting today, been busy with the AMD launches. But todays review is the Droid MAXX. Take a look to see what I thought about it
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Plague replied the topic: #33100 08 Oct 2013 22:49
Motorola Droid have always had awesome speakers. my original droid speaker is better then my samsung galaxy nexus speaker.

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