Earlier today, Verizon's website showed that the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX
was out of stock. The LTE enabled smartphone with the massive 3300mAh battery
has been a hit for Big Red and Motorola, showing that battery life is a very important feature that handset users look at. The model was just launched on January 26th and costs $299.99 with a signed 2 year pact, although starting this Friday a BOGO promotion on the unit
Before you start getting upset, there is some good news for those who were hoping to soon experience an Android smartphone that doesn't require you to be a slave to the wall socket. Verizon apparently has replenished its inventory of the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX and shipments will start flowing again on February 9th. If you can't wait a few days for the phone, you can still check with the Verizon stores in your area, or third party retailers like Best Buy, to see if they have inventory of the device.
Other smartphones listed as out of stock on the carrier's online store include the LG Revolution
(which has basically been replaced with the LG Spectrum
) and the Motorola DROID X2