Review: Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX for Verizon Wireless
The RAZR MAXX delivers good results from the camera. Used in a the challenging environment or a rock concert, I was able to capture a number of usable shots that were taken literally from the back row of the arena. Sure, there's plenty of grain in these images, but that would be the same from any camera. Used in a normal in-home environment, it showed good focus, decent color, and accurate white balance most of the time.
You'll be happy to share the results from the RAZR MAXX with your social circle.
The RAZR MAXX can capture video at a maximum of 1080p. The video I shot was mostly good. There are plenty of tools/settings that can be tweaked to get the best results for any given environment. The things that matter — focus, color, and cleanliness of the video — were all spot on. Again, you'll be happy to upload videos to YouTube and other video-sharing services.