The Motorola MAXX holds the distinction of being one of the smallest broadband-enabled handsets in the market today. This business tool powerhouse offers 2-way video calling with a VGA camera, a 2 megapixel camera with advanced imaging features, 50MB of internal memory, Bluetooth connectivity, music playback functions, and a microSD memory card slot. The MAXX’s design is derived from the RAZR, hence the resemblance.
Messaging: MMS, SMS, EMS
Enhanced audio features for premium music listening on-the-go
Video capture/playback and video sharing
VGA and 2 MP camera with 8x digital zoom for low or hi-resolution imaging
50 MB user available memory, removable memory via an optional microSD memory card
Bluetooth wireless technology (EDR Class 2), USB 2.0, Over the Air Synch (OTA), PC Synch, Motosync, Mobile Phone Tools
HSDPA 3.6 Mbps (category 6)
EDGE Class 10, GPRS Class 10
Internal Antenna
Futuristic Touch Sensitive Music Keys with Elegant Lighting
RAZR Phone-Lineage 3G Device, Mix of Metal and Glass
Two-way Video Calling at up to 15 frames per second, Video Capture

[via ubergizmo ]