Reviews and Problems with Motorola DROID RAZR M XT907
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Sound quality 8
Battery performance 7
Build quality 10
Very durable, but very slow.
WheatleyOS, Phone Arena
6 June 2015
Excerpt: This phone is great for those who drop their phone a lot, but the phone is very slow, and will easily die if you use the internet a lot on your phone, and has extremely limited space (4 GB standard storage).
Pros: Phone is (physically) practically indestructible, battery is very conservative when not using phone.
Cons: phone is extremely slow, to the point of a major nuisance., battery will run out quickly when using gps, data, or wifi
Summary: I received the phone a couple of days ago. Nice box, nice packaging and nicely delivered. Took everything out and the phone fired up wonderfully and I tried out the phone. Nice design, nice graphics, nice apps, quick and responsive phone and I have it as a backup but yes to all it does NOT have a...
Summary: When this phone first came out, I'm sure it'd be worth more stars. But as it functions with today's technology, it's lacking. It lags a lot between closing and opening apps. It hardly holds any pictures before you have to upgrade to an SD card.
Summary: The phone itself is "fine" and it's new, off the shelf so to speak. Mine came with a microSIM, ready to set up and connect. But BE WARNED... (1) it is NOT "Unlocked" (it's a Verizon prepay phone) and... (2) it is not a RAZR M as it is claimed to be. It's a Luge. Why does that matter?
Summary: This phone did not say that it did NOT come with a SIM card. My old phone has a SIM but is to large for this phone. This phone needs a Micro SIM card so be aware of that. In the product description it says it is ready to activate and it is not unless you have the correct SIM card.
Seems like an awesome phone and would probably work great with ...
Zachary estola, Amazon
4 February 2015
Summary: Seems like an awesome phone and would probably work great with Verizon but I bought it for straight talk since all the reviews said it would work..it does not work with straight talk, I tried every angle to get it to work with the service but refused to read the straight talk sim card.
Summary: First Off, full disclosure - I bought this to replace a 6 month old Droid Mini (which I dropped and cracked the screen), which is a much faster phone. When I bought it, the headline advertised it as "new"....it is definitely not.