Reviews and Problems with Motorola Droid Maxx / XT-1080M
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jckc92, Phone Arena
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: Got this phone to replace my S4. I have no regrets. Didn't use half the gimmicks on the S4. This phone has features you actually use in day to day living. I use the touchless controls to schedule appointments all the time with 90% perfection. When driving and someone texts me it reads it aloud and I can also reply back W/O even touching the phone which should be standard in all phones for safety reasons.
Excerpt: The only phone which is better than this one is Developer-Edition of this phone... Buy it, you will never regret it (if root is NOT a must for you). Great display with nice non-pentile 720p resolution, Nice big-enough screen, best in class battery, good build quality, and all goodness of Moto X (except the on-screen keys)...
Excerpt: This is the first smart-phone I've had that hasn't started to annoy me after two months of ownership. I'm still really pleased with the performance of the Droid MAXX. The only thing that annoys me about this phone is its ridiculous namesake . (Droid; Droid RAZR; Droid RAZR HD; Droid RAZR MAXX;...
How does the DROID MAXX work in countries outside the America(Verizon) like Nigeria
ogabinary, Phone Arena
19 January 2014
Excerpt: I have the choice of selecting the iPhone 5s, the HTC one or the DROID MAXX, But what i've been hearing is that the DROID MAXX is a CDMA-only phone and since it's tied only to the verizon network in the USA, i was wondering how you guys were able to unlock it and use it in India. I live in Nigeria and require a SuperSmartphone that can last me a full day at least without having to run around looking for a power supply outlet.
Excerpt: After a year with the Droid Razr Maxx I was just about to upgrade to this phone. Spent some time with it today at the Verizon store, along with its lesser battery life twin Droid.
Since these phones are on most all the time, with some logos, I noticed that the screens have a burn in issue like CRTs and Plasmas of days past. When you look at a photo or anything with a light colored background it is really apparent that there is some image burn.
Excerpt: The MAXX is in a very rarified class of smartphone some are calling superphones. It has a few peers. Compare them all carefully. Top quality in every way. At this quality it will come to personal preference.
Excerpt: The Battery Life is what you're buying here. It's an excellent, basic android phone. NO special bells and whistles, not a high horsepower processor. Very good stats, basic android and enough battery to run it all for ever. After owning an HTC EVO 4G and a GNex, I cannot express how happy I am...
Excerpt: I've been a diehard Motorola fan for years...owned every flagship/new Motorola phone since the original droid and this one is by far the best.
Here's the thing, I know and realize this phone is not a "spec beast"...it doesn't have the latest snapdragon 800 or 3gb's of ram...but here's the thing, unless you're a serious gamer on a 5" screen (which to me seems stupid), you will never notice the difference.
Excerpt: I paid $300 for it hoping for the best on the market. The only thing it is best at is battery. I also own the S4 and HTC One. The sound is louder than the S4 and One but the sound is better on the One. The one is also designed better and more organized for the user. The S4 has more software features. The MAXX has significantly less accessories than the others...Less case option, less screen protectors, etc... but is a good phone overall, but not worth the price.
Excerpt: I had to decide between this and the LG G2 and went with this since it just works better. I like some of the toys on the others like the S4, but I need a phone with features I use. With the S4 and G2 the only time I used their toy features is when I was showing them to people, I never actually used them in real day to day use. The Droid Maxx I find I don't have too much to show off to people, but I use the features of this phone all the time.