Summary: First, some downsides: - DO NOT GET IT WET!! I had a Razr M (basically the same phone) ruined by water just one month ago. In all fairness, my understanding is that no current smartphone is truly water *proof* but some are at least water *resistant*. The Razr M was neither; I have to assume this one isn't either. - Downloading via wireless is problematic for me, probably due to the way Google Play works.
Excerpt: Our house is split. One Apple fan one Droid fan! I am the DROID fan:-) I say it's reliable because I have everything in it.. contacts, all of my reward cards ( which I use to redeem coupons with also, bonus) my home schooling information, and directions to anywhere! All dto music. Make calls, video chat, record a seminar i am attending and use the timer for cooking and time outs and relay races :-) If you would have told me I could do all this wth one skinny little...
Excerpt: I have a droid Maxx now and have had privous droids as well. I love my droids, I always have and always will. You can pretty much do the same things with a droid as you can any other smart phone. The only thing I do not like is the no key board. But then I was used to having one in the past.
Excerpt: Good phone, big screen, great picture quality, fast downloading, good speaker quality for a phone, can multi-task, video recorder, good picture quality. Super light weight, I forget it is in my pocket half the time. Pretty durable, I have not broken the screen even though I drop it all the time.
Excerpt: Bought brand new in March with my upgrade from a LG Ally. I live in the city, so I'm pretty much always able to pick up 4G. I had to put my insurance to use in September because the sound went out (Verizon said it was a hardware defect). I'm always on my phone, heavy data user. (Grandfathered into keeping my Unlimited Data Plan) with Facebook, Twitter and general usage. The battery life will give me sometimes 10 hours, with my heavy usage before reaching 30%.
Easy to use, nice design large screen and decent battery life.
6 May 2012
Excerpt: Easy to use. Gets about a day and 1/2 on each charge with moderate use. Clear screen easy to see in normal light, some issues witn bright sunlight. Water resistant and shock proof, have dropped it no probles so far.
Very user-friendly, considering my smartphone inexperience
6 May 2012
Excerpt: I've owned the Droid Razr Maxx for about 3 months now, and I really, really love it. I can't really compare it to other smartphones as I have never owned one before, but I enjoy all the apps I can find for free, the way I can check email and text and facebook so easily, and the fact that it has room for a removable storage. I also use it with the Bluetooth in my car, and the sound quality is SO MUCH BETTER than my previous phone.
Excerpt: It is a good product for web surfing. The phone needs a better connection. Good battery life, but I expected more. Uncomfortable in the hand. It is not as good as the manufacturer tries to tell everyone, but superior to original Droid. Very good resolution and display. Gorilla glass is helpful to prevent scratches. The Droid Maxx is an excellent for web surfing, texting, game play. It is not a great telephone.
Nice screen, size is perfect has a very thin profile.
6 May 2012
Excerpt: I like the size and feel of this phone in my hand. It's battery like is good however I notice the screen wave in and out from bright to dim. It get bright once you touch it but it bugs me a little. I notice that no one can hear me especially with my Handsfree in the car. My old phone was really clear. Easy to use, no real need to read any manual. Tutorials were pretty good. I have dropped it a few time without a case on it and haven't had anything happen.