Excerpt: This is an excellent phone, i must say the basic function of any phone (Making calls/calls quality) is the best in this phone so far, i prefer this phone over lumia 925 for making calls, better speaker for music, really good build quality as this phone is almost 2 years now and is still going strong, wifi reception really really sucks, according to my usage battery is good enough, HDMI best feature for me at least, smooth internet surfing, overall good signal reception...
Excerpt: Excellent Phone. Crystal clear display. Auto focus could have been better but still not bad. Faster. Receives more signal than other phones. However, battery is not good (as usual in Android phone).
Summary: My dad owns this phone and I love it. The screen is massive and gorgeous looking, the camera is brilliant on it and it is super thin, what more could you ask for except an upgrade to latest Android software. I so want one.
Pros: Super thin, gorgeous screen, brilliant camera, very nice design
Plusses all the way - microSD, HDMI out, 8mp camera, great screen
5 January 2013
Summary: As keen users of Android devices we were looking for an upgrade to our Samsung Galaxy S - but we didn't want to pay the £400+ premium price that manufacturers want for their latest handsets - of whatever make! We would have considered the new Nexus 4 from Google, but that has been out of stock since day one of its release! So imagine our pleasure when we came across the Motorola Razr for the absolute bargain price of £249 & sold by Amazon, too!!
Summary: Having had this phone for nearly a year now, I think that on the whole it is a marvellous device. Anyone in business will find this an absolute must have. There are far too many plus points to mention ,but one of the major drawbacks is the battery. Any downloading has to be down on wi-fi, otherwise it will drain the battery too quickly.
Summary: I have upgraded to the Razr Maxx which has more than solved the battery problem without losing any functionality I am not sure ICS will do anything to improve this phone and might well spoil it which is why I think Motorola is taking so long to offer it.
Pros: Fast and useable
Cons: As usual with these types of phone the battery life
Better than my Galaxy S2, finally a worthy replacement for my HTC Desire
I. Hewerdine, Amazon
12 September 2012
Summary: I've owned the Samsung Galaxy S2 and the HTC Desire. Used the iPhone 3/4, Huawei G300 (a huge bargain) and the HTC One S. The Razr is the best of the bunch (for me) even though I prefer the look of most of the others. The Razr is a bit of a fussy shape, but its well made and easy to hold - Motorola stuff often seems to be well constructed. Its got a fast processor, plenty of memory, great screen and is expandable via micro-SD.
Summary: I've owned the RAZR V3, the RAZR 2 and now the Droid RAZR. I love andoid OS, I find it very good to use and for me it is more friendly than iOS (this is a matter of opinion - my wife loves iOS and did not get on with android). Great phone, nice looking, slim, fast - though Motorola does put a lot of bloatware on the phone (i.e. NFS Hot Pursuit which is a 30 day demo, once it's up you can't seem to remove it).