While exclusive to Verizon in America (sold under the Droid Maxx 2 name), this phone can be purchased in many other countries.
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Pro Long battery life
The 3630mAh battery is large, even by flagship standards. With it's midrange specs, this beast will easily last a full day...closer to two full days depending on how heavily you use it.
Pro Large, high resolution display
The 5.5" 1080p screen is very respectable given it's price point. It's an IPS display so colors don't pop as much as an Amoled display...but that also would have added to the cost of the phone.
Pro Water repellant
While not fully waterproof (it cannot be submerged), it is IP52 certified which means that it can handle dripping water at an angle up to 15 degrees. You don't have to worry about light rain or a minor spill, but any pressurized water or submersions can still cause damage.
Pro Solid camera
At $300, good luck finding a better camera on a phone. The 21MP sensor does a great job (you may want to adjust the exposure as the default images come out a touch dark) at capturing detail and clarity.
Con No gyroscope
While some games can get away with using the accelerometer, a gyroscope is required for some games to work properly (specifically games that require tilting or panning such as maze games or augmented/virtual reality games).
Con Choppy performance
The on-board Snapdragon 615 isn't the best processor. It performs tasks fairly quickly, although it reportedly can't handle smooth animations well. While gaming, it will noticably drop frames.