Summary: Ended up returning to Motorola for a replacement as it would not hold a charge. Not sure what rocket scientist at Motorola decided to start making batteries PERMANENTLY attached to phone but he should be working in a donut shop. Now to get phone to operate properly you must return it to Motorola, BE WITHOUT A PHONE DURING THIS TIME, and await a repair or replacement. Smart move.
Excerpt: I couldn't wait to buy the new Droid 4, having had and loved my Droid 2 for well over a year. I read the reviews and since I love having a physical keyboard, I was very excited. My first Droid 4 ran down its battery, despite tweaking everything to maximize the life, in only a few hours. Tech support deemed it DOA with a bad battery, and sent me to the store to swap it out. The store told me to only expect 3-4 hours between charges - are you kidding????
Pros: Keyboard is wonderful
Cons: Battery is beyond awful, Phone is buggy and not ready for release, Screen sucks