Reviews and Problems with Motorola Droid Razr / Razr / Spyder / Droid HD
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Motorola Droid Razr Review
28 May 2012
Summary: It connects the Razr to your networked PC wirelessly, so you can stream media or transfer files to and from your phone from anywhere. If you like a large display, the Droid Razr gives you a whole lotta smartphone with little downside. While the $300 price tag (with contract) sits at the high end, healthy competition all but ensures that deals will be available sooner rather than later.
Pros: Excellent, large display; high-end CPU and graphics; 32GB memory; 4G LTE with mobile hotspot capability.
Cons: Nonremovable battery; occasional bugs; small buttons and large frame make for difficult one-handed use.
Summary: The Droid RAZR is one of those rare phones that qualifies as a leap forward in hardware design and engineering. Sure, other handsets have higher-resolution displays and faster processors, but only the Droid RAZR squeezes a full set of competitive state-of-the-art specs and an LTE radio into a body just .28-inches thick — a profile thinner than any other modern smartphone available.
Excerpt: Big surprise: Seven-plus years later, thin is still very much in. Eager to show its design chops haven’t withered, Motorola has brought the Razr brand back, pasting it onto an Android phone that’s beautiful, extremely slim and remarkably powerful. Sort of like a ’60s-era Twiggy, only transported to 2011 and juiced out of her gourd on Muscle Milk.
Motorola Droid RAZR Reviewed: Cutting Edge of Android?
15 November 2011
Excerpt: Motorola pulled up their bootstraps and made it out of the trenches when they first released the RAZR in 2004. They did it again with the Droid series through Verizon. Now they've merged the two to form the Droid RAZR. Will it succeed just the same?
Conclusion: No doubt, the Motorola Droid RAZR on Verizon is one of the most unique and sexy phones we've seen. And despite its extreme thinness, it's strong with the help of a metal frame, Corning Gorilla Glass and a Kevlar back. But it's a wide phone, and I suggest that you fondle one in person unless you have large mitts. The phone might be too wide for comfort for those who have smaller to average size hands.
Pros: Super-slim, sexy and unique design. Great quality materials, excellent voice.
Cons: Non-removable battery and LTE weren't meant to be together.
Summary: The Motorola Droid RAZR is easily one of the best smartphones on any network, thanks to its ultra-thin but strong design and beautiful Super AMOLED Advanced display. The smartphone is also noticeably faster than the Droid Bionic, and it makes the most of its blazing 4G speeds with useful apps such as MotoCast.
Pros: Thinnest smartphone around, Sturdy and sexy Kevlar-infused design, Impressive Super AMOLED Enhanced screen, Very fast 4G speeds, Snappy dual-core performance, Versatile MotoCast app
Cons: Slow to hand off between 3G and 4G, Mediocre battery life, Display has some trouble with direct sunlight
Motorola RAZR review: The RAZR is back and it's thinner than ever
Good Gear Guide.au
21 December 2011
Summary: If you can live with its large size and sometimes awkward feel, the Motorola RAZR is one of the best Android smartphones released this year. It combines a brilliant and vibrant screen in a unique frame, and tops off the package with slick and intuitive software that aids the user experience.
Pros: Fantastic 4.3in display, Excellent performance and slick software, Included Motorola apps add value
Cons: Large size is uncomfortable to hold, Feels top heavy due to "bump" design, Non-removable battery