Reviews and Problems with Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX
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Best. Phone. Period.
26 September 2012
Summary: I just picked mine up this week, and it is finally a steal! Battery life so long you do not even have to think about it. My wife has the iphone, and every time I discover a new feature she is impressed.
Pros: Battery life, Smart Actions, respond to a call with a text without typing, and did I mention the battery? Wow.
Cons: The camera isn't as fast as others, but really, I didn't buy it for the camera.
Excerpt: I switched from the Galaxy Nexus that was nothing but a headache to me and have never looked back. Let me compare the Nexus to the Razr Maxx and show the things I love about this phone: Battery Life Maxx - All day, Nexus - 1/4 of a day if lucky Call Quality Maxx - Superior clarity and volume, Nexus - Soft & garbled.
Excerpt: great 4G phone with amazing battery. display is also great (not sure why the hype about HD resolution - I cannot tell the difference side-by-side between the S3 and this phone - I even think the iPhone screen with its "retina" display looks somewhat washed out compared to this phone)
Pros: battery and most everything except the camera
Excerpt: Razr Maxx is a great phone. My old phone was the droid x2 a excellent phone nothing really wrong with it but its was old slow 3g. I wanted a upgrade to a 4g phone and in the middle of my contract so no verzion discount . So I found a factory refurbished on Ebay for a great price. The phone was in brand new shape and all I could say is WOW! The 4g even at 3 bars signal strength is almost double the speed of my home DSL LOL!!!!
Summary: You can buy a much nicer phone. I liked it for most things, but tried to replace a MiFi with this hotspot and that does not work. With one of three different hotspot devices, the other two work fine and this device hangs, is hard to connect, etc. Verizon said the new operating system was supposed to fix this... It did NOT. Called again today and they said they didn't know. Also, my screen and a buddy's screen both cracked for no reason. Gorrilla glass is fragile...
Pros: Long battery life., Quick operating system., Nice large screen., Can hide apps and bloatware.
Cons: SCREEN CRACKS FOR NO REASON. , MOBILE HOTSPOT is UNSTABLE AND WILL NOT STAY CONNECTED (even after the new Ice Cream Sandwich update). , Camera is slow and doesn't do a great job.
Summary: A great phone, nice ICS upgrade, BUT . . . . This phone comes with annoying bloatware that you can't uninstall. One culprit is MotoActv. You can't uninstall it. Period. That's a poor way to treat customers. I don't know what Motorola is thinking here. It just makes customers mad. Also, prior to my ICS upgrade, I could use Motorola's software to sync my contacts to MS Outlook. They inexplicably discontinued that feature. Again, don't know what Motorola is thinking here.
Summary: I wanted to write this because I read a lot of user reviews when shopping for an upgrade to my Blackberry Bold.
Pros: Long battery life. Great web browser. Really great to have perfect sync between Google calendar and contacts on the phone and at home computer. Seamless. Everything works well; email, browser, phone, apps. I'm happy with it.