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The Official Specs for the Motorola Droid MAXX, Droid Ultra and Droid Mini

July 23, 2013 - Written By Leonardo Benveniste

We’ve already talked a lot about the new Droid phones presented by Verizon and Motorola today, this article is for those who like to have the full spec rundown of each device, so we’re not gonna dig deep into each one. Follow the links for more information on each device.

They all have the same design with the same materials, Kevlar for the back and Gorilla Glass for the front, making all of them very tough and durable devices, which are also coated with the same water resistance coating than the Droid RAZR HD.

Here’s the full, official list of specs for the Droid Mini, the smallest of the trio of Droids announced today, packing a 4.3 inch 720 x 1280 display for those wanting a smaller but still powerful device.

  • 4.81″(H) x 2.41″(W) x 0.34″(D) inches
  • Weight: 4.94 oz
  • Network: LTE, CDMA/1xEVDO Rev. A (800/1900 MHz)
  • Global Network: EDGE/GSM (850/900/1800/1900), HSPA/UMTS( 850/900/1900/2100), HSDPA 42.2 Mbps (Category 20), HSUPA 5.76 Mbps
  • Android 4.2, Jelly Bean
  • Processor: 1.7 GHz Dual Core with Quad-Core Graphics, attention hub, & 2GB of RAM
  • 4FF preinstalled SIM
  • 16GB on board memory + 2GB RAM
  • Battery: Non-removable 2000 mAh Li-Ion
  • Usage: Up to 28 hours OR
  • Standby Time: Up to 14 days
  • SAR: Head 1.02 W/kg / Body-worn 0.53 W/kg
  • 10MP RGBC camera with quick capture
  • 1080p HD Video capture, up to 60FPS
  • 2MP Full HD Recording Front Facing Camera
  • Video Formats: H.263, H.264, MPEG4, RV v10, RV v9, WMV v10, WMV v9
  • Bluetooth® 4.0 LE +EDR, Bluetooth Class 2
  • Bluetooth® Profiles Supported: Stereo (A2DP), Serial Port Profile, Object Push (vCard & vCalendar only) Profiles, A2DP, AVRCP, BPP, DUN, FTP, HFP, HID, HSP, MAP, NAP, OPP, PAN, PBAP

Next, is the Droid MAXX, with a 5 inch 720p display and, if you haven’t heard, it has a monster 3500mAh battery giving it 48 hours of talk time, all at just 8.5mm thick. Here’s the full spec list:

  • 5.41″(H) x 2.80″(W) x 0.28″(D) inches
  • Weight: 4.94 oz
  • Network: LTE, CDMA/1xEVDO Rev. A (800/1900 MHz)
  • Global Network: EDGE/GSM (850/900/1800/1900), HSPA/UMTS( 850/900/1900/2100), HSDPA 42.2 Mbps (Category 20), HSUPA 5.76 Mbps
  • Android 4.2, Jelly Bean
  • Processor: 1.7 GHz Dual Core with Quad-Core Graphics, attention hub, & 2GB of RAM
  • 4FF pre-installed SIM
  • 32GB internal memory (formatted capacity less)
  • Battery: Non-removable 3500mAh Li-Ion
  • Usage: Up to 48 hours OR
  • Standby Time: Up to 25 days
  • SAR: Head 1.54 W/kg / Body-worn 0.32 W/kg
  • 10MP RGBC camera with quick capture
  • 1080p HD Video capture, up to 60FPS
  • 2MP Full HD Recording Front Facing Camera
  • Video Formats: H.263, H.264, MPEG4, RV v10, RV v9, WMV v10, WMV v9
  • Bluetooth® 4.0 LE +EDR, Bluetooth Class 2
  • Bluetooth® Profiles Supported: Stereo (A2DP), Serial Port Profile, Object Push (vCard & vCalendar only) Profiles, A2DP, AVRCP, BPP, DUN, FTP, HFP, HID, HSP, MAP, NAP, OPP, PAN, PBAP

Droid Ultra 48And finally, the Droid Ultra, which has to be the weirdest of the bunch, it’s basically the same as the Droid MAXX but with less battery and a thinner profile at just 7.12mm thick, making it the thinnest 4G LTE device available. The only reason for this device to exist is the lower price point than the MAXX with $199 vs $299. Anyway, here’s the specs for the Droid Ultra:

  • 5.41″(H) x 2.80″(W) x 0.28″(D) inches
  • Weight: 4.94 oz
  • Network: LTE, CDMA/1xEVDO Rev. A (800/1900 MHz)
  • Global Network: EDGE/GSM (850/900/1800/1900), HSPA/UMTS( 850/900/1900/2100), HSDPA 42.2 Mbps (Category 20), HSUPA 5.76 Mbps
  • Android 4.2, Jelly Bean
  • Processor: 1.7 GHz Dual Core with Quad-Core Graphics, attention hub, & 2GB of RAM
  • 4FF preinstalled SIM
  • Memory: 16GB on board memory + 2GB RAM
  • Battery: 2130 mAh Li-Ion
  • Usage: Up to 28 hours OR
  • Standby Time: Up to 13 days
  • SAR: Head 1.54 W/kg / Body-worn 0.32 W/kg
  • 10MP RGBC camera with quick capture
  • 1080p HD Video capture, up to 60FPS
  • 2MP Full HD Recording Front Facing Camera
  • Video Formats: H.263, H.264, MPEG4, RV v10, RV v9, WMV v10, WMV v9
  • Bluetooth® 4.0 LE +EDR, Bluetooth Class 2
  • Bluetooth® Profiles Supported: Stereo (A2DP), Serial Port Profile, Object Push (vCard & vCalendar only) Profiles, A2DP, AVRCP, BPP, DUN, FTP, HFP, HID, HSP, MAP, NAP, OPP, PAN, PBAP

As you can see, they’re all very similar devices, almost identical in most regards like processor, memory and camera, the only difference is the screen of the Mini and the battery of the MAXX, but hey, we always said that Android was all about choice right?