The Motorola Moto Maxx comes with features installed that people love to use, unlike the bloatware that comes pre-installed on many other devices. The Moto Maxx has a feature that lets users reply to text messages while driving without so much as touching a button — a feature that other devices it competes with does not have.

Reviews of the Motorola Moto Maxx are generally positive by past owners. Some going so far as to say the only device better is the Developer Edition and others prefer it over the Samsung Galaxy S4 flagship device.

One feature that many might not know about is the 5.0 inch display. Having a large smartphone display didn’t come into fashion until the following year with the Samsung Galaxy S5. The Motorola Moto Maxx was ahead of its time with more than just its features. It’s rare for a smartphone to be a timeless beauty. Time moves incredibly fast in the smartphone world. The Moto Maxx has somewhat stayed relative by design up to 2016 apart from the buttons on the home screen which are now usually part of the software and display.

Device Type: Smartphone

Model: Motorola Moto Maxx

Announced: July 23, 2013

Released: August 20, 2013



Dimensions: H 5.41 x W 2.80 x T 0.33 inches

Weight: 5.89 oz

Protection: kevlar

Colors: Black

Network 3G:

Network 4G:

Dual SIM:

Display Type: AMOLED

Size: 5.0 inches

Resolution: 720 x 1280 pixels

Display Colors: 16 M colors

Pixel Density: 294 ppi

Touchscreen: Yes

Display Protection:

Features: Light sensor and Proximity sensor

Camera, Primary: 10 megapixels

Camera Features:

Flash: LED

Secondary: 2 megapixels

Operating System: Android 4.2.2, Android 4.4, Android 4.4.4

User Interface: close to stock Android

Facebook: Yes

YouTube: Yes

Chipset: Motorola X8

CPU: Dual-core, 1700 MHz

GPU: 400 MHz, quad-core

RAM: 2048 MB RAM

Internal Storage: 32 GB

Card Slot:

Bluetooth: 4.0, EDR

WiFi: 802.11 a, b, g, n, dual-band

WiFi Hotspot: Yes

USB: USB 2.0

Battery: 3500 mAh