Reviews and Problems with Motorola DROID RAZR M XT907
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Droid RAZR M
30 October 2013
Excerpt: I've been using smart phones since before Android existed starting with 3 blackberry devices then moved into android with HTC, LG & Samsung but Motorola & the Droid RAZR M at this point are by far my favorite devices
Summary: We purchased this phone for our 13 year old son. We were looking for a smart phone that was tough enough to handle the rigors of an active young man. The Razr M looked to fit the bill. It has gorilla glass on one side and carbon fiber on the other. What's not to like about this? On the third day of his use, he was taking it out of his pocket and it slipped out of his hand.
Summary: GS3, if you don't mind taking a little bit of time well-spent figuring out all the bells and whistles. This phone if you're on a budget, or the Razr Maxx HD if you're going to use it heavily/ leave it off charge for a while, as long as you don't mind waiting about a month for it to be released.
Excerpt: I had an iPhone 5 and switched to this after a month. I prefer the RAZR M and will compare them in this review. Build Quality- Both phones have high build quality, but the razr's materials are more resistant to drops, scratches, and water; and it feels slightly more solid. Call Quality- Both phones have noise cancellation, but I found better sounding calls and better reception on the droid, probably because of motorola's history in the radio industry.
Summary: I picked this phone as an upgrade. I like the phone, it's fast, easy and still on the small side. I get a lot of work related calls throughout the day and when I'm not on the phone I'm listening to pandora or slacker. That's about a good 6-7 hours of music and the battery hasn't failed me yet. I'v had my phone about 6 months now and I have to say I'm quite happy with it.
Excerpt: I've had this phone for a few months. VZW sent me this to replace my Incredible 4G that was a lemon, which has/had almost identical specs. So it's hard for me not to compare the two. The Motorola's hardware is hands down excellent, with a sturdy solid build. As a phone, I've had no issues with reception or call clarity - it's what a phone should be. And the overall form factor is perfect - not too big, not too small - for those of us who don't want a phablet.