Last month, Motorola launched the Droid Turbo, its most powerful smartphone to date. Sadly, the super smartphone could only be yours if you lived in the US and if you were a subscriber to network operator Verizon. Earlier this month, the Lenovo-owned phone maker launched the Moto Maxx, which was believed to be the international variant of the Droid Turbo. However, it turned out that the device would only be available in Latin America. So will the Moto Maxx be available in Europe? Unfortunately, according to a tweet from Motorola France (mysteriously taken down), the smartphone will not be available in Europe.
The Moto Maxx is now available in Brazil and will soon land in other Latin American countries such as Mexico. Motorola France, however, said that the smartphone will not be sold in France or any other country in Europe. Oh well.
So what’s the alternative? Well, there’s always the Google Nexus 6. The new Nexus phablet is also made by Motorola, and offers similar specs compared the Moto Maxx. The Nexus 6 sports a bigger screen (0.7 inches larger). Additionally, the Nexus 6 runs Android 5.0 (Lollipop) in stock form.
The Google Nexus 6 is now available for pre-order in the UK and will be delivered to your doorstep in early December.
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