Reviews and Problems with Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX
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J. V. Baldwin, Amazon
6 July 2012
Summary: I had a great Droid Razr Maxx for several years but it was coming apart so I decided to replace it by buying a 'new' one through Amazon. It came from AEG electronics in Brooklyn, NY and the first one I received would not activate (this was a 'dealer return' phone, not supposed to be used or...
Summary: No joke. I paid almost $300 for this phone back in March - phone arrived in sealed package, with everything seeming legit until I went to activate it with Verizon I was told the phone is useless to me as it was flagged as being stolen.
Exchanged my Samsung Galaxy NEXUS for the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX
JollyChollie, Phone Arena
28 June 2012
Excerpt: The DROID RAZR MAXX also has the Following Cool Features. When unlocking the Screen, the Choice to Turn the Ringer Sound Off is Given Right Away by Sliding a Virtual Button, (this is great for meetings or for Church).
Pros: Capable of having 48 GB of Memory, (64 GB would be best, but this is better than the 32 GB Limitation over most other Cell Phones), The Battery Life is Exceptional, (21-22 hours, so there no need for a 2nd Battery, or a second Battery Charger ~ saves Money)., 8.0 MegaPixel Camera, takes Quality P...
Cons: The Opening Screen Slide Lock is a Lack-Luster Dull Gray, (can DownLoad "Go Locker" APP, but "Go Locker" Takes over everything., Their is no Capability to see the History on the Calculator, (but, I might be wrong and just haven't found it, as I can Clear the History). Also no Percent Key on the C...
Excerpt: The phone is nice, but sometimes when my g/f calls, her calls dont come in, but her voicemails do. This is the 2nd time ive had this issue. Im thinking about the samsung stratsophere, iphone 4s or the lg lucid. Ive also thought about blackberry's, but ive heard horrible reviews about them.
Excerpt: I would have given this phone a 5, but there's always room for improvement. I purchased it at full retail (nearly $700) about 2 months ago, and have not had one moment of regret. I have not had to charge this phone during the day since I got it, and I use it a lot for all sorts of things.
The best so far..the problem of battery life solved!
RichardM, Phone Scoop
13 June 2012
Excerpt: For battery life alone, this phone stands ahead of all the rest. You can use all the wonderful features without fear of running out of battery. And still, the phone is slim and light. ALL Androids (and Iphones) should be required to have such a long lasting battery.
Droid RAZR MAXX - I turn iPhone users with this device
AJmeBOY, Phone Arena
11 June 2012
Excerpt: I could not be happier with this phone. I have converted several iPhoners to Android by showing off the simplicity and functionality of Android. I also successfully convinced my company to deploy Droids to the staff in replacement of BBs.
Excerpt: I purchased this phone 5/25/12. All I can say so far is I love this phone. I stream pandora (unlimited data plan) over bluetooth in my car at least 6 hours a day. The battery life is outstanding. It should be a requirement in every 4G LTE smartphone that is made nowadays.
Excerpt: I’m probably more of an Iphone person, but I’m enamored by the Razr MAXX! It’s thin, sleek design is very eye-catching. To me it’s a perfect device for someone that’s looking for a somewhat small phone, with amazing graphics. It’s only 5.15×2.71 in …
Excerpt: To me, this is the perfect phone. People will argue about specs and processor speed, but what really matters is real world usability. Sure, some chips are faster, and some cameras are better, but the reality of the matter is that you're watching your video on a 4" screen. How Hi-Def is that?
Pros: The ONLY phone with enough battery to last a FULL day, Excellent build quality, MAP far less intrusive than other skins, Moto Ecosystem - Lapdock, Desk & CarDocks, Smart Actions, Soon to be Global Phone, Water resistant
Cons: A little large., Too long to wait for ICS, Should have been introduced alongside RAZR