Battery capacities for the DROID trio leak out: MAXX coming with a hearty 3,500 mAh unit
Hidden inside the FCC documentation about the trio of DROIDs that Verizon is about to unleash on us in a few hours is the information on their actual battery capacities.
The values are as follow: the DROID Mini XT1030 will sport a 2000 mAh unit, DROID Ultra XT1080 is backed by a 2130 mAh juicer, and the almighty DROID MAXX XT1080M will sport a 3500 mAh monstrosity, which is more akin to powering a phablet these days.
The original MAXX has a 3300 mAh battery, so there is a positive development in that department, but the other two are simply average in terms of capacity, to keep their profile trim and slender, it seems. Wireless charging is allegedly built into the battery pieces, all phones sport NFC radio, and Wi-Fi a/b/g/n.