Summary: I bought this phone a month ago and use it for business. It shows good signal strength the battery lasts all day with power to spare. Screen is bright and clear. Call quality is excellent and the software is stable. I have just ordered a couple of Motorola Gs for staff.
Summary: I was so looking forward to this phone but its been a disappointing experience. The screen clarity is good but somehow it seems smaller than 4.7 inches. The speaker is very good and what moto skin there is is very good like the circles and smart actions but I wish Motorola had put in its own music player because I find the Google play music very limited. The battery life is OK not quite as good as I had expected after reading other reviews.
Summary: It does everything says on the tin - beautifully! It is fast, the display is crystal clear and use is intuitive. Battery life is very good and it has 4G.The only possible negative is the camera--it isn't as good as some but this isn't an issue for me as I use a DSLR camera to take photos and the phone only for simple snaps. I spent a long time deciding whether to go for Apple or Android. Before buying I did some research.
Summary: I have had a series of smart phones from most manufacturers. Recently I had a HTC One x and then 'progressed' to a Samsung Galaxy S3. In some regards I had issues with both and I'm not one to follow the market so I did a bit of digging around because I'm on the 3 network and they are giving free upgrade to 4G so I needed a compatible phone. I looked at the S4 and as I detest all things Apple the iPhone was never in the equation.
Summary: Five stars, I really like this phone. I have upgraded from my trusty Motoluxe, so am familiar with the Motorola concept of building a phone to work efficiently with the benefit of good battery life. No quad core here, but does it need it? For me no, the speed and operation is excellent, a pretty standard Jellybean OS, with some nice Motorola touches but nothing that gets in the way.
Excerpt: Beautifully built, tough as nails and a great screen. The pedigree shines through on this phone and one hopes that Motorola can maintain its design independence while owner, Google, continue its pursuit of world domination. No bells or whistles on the Razr HD, just solid signal dependency, great battery life and a very good user interface that makes the phone easy to get to know, and to like. Good job Moto!
Summary: The phone looks nice but: The praised long battery life is a very short one. Thetering is absolutely impossible. Connected but no internet access. Currently I am trying different solutions, reinstalling drivers on my laptop, reading forums and what experts are saying about this issue. Seemingly I'm not the only who can't use the the Motorola's hotspot to connect a laptop. Of course, this is not a solace.
Summary: I bought this phone which states "UK Sim Free phone" in the title... It doesn't tell you that you NEED a MicroSIM to actually use it! This means any normal sim card won't actually work in it as it does not fit. Anyway, had my Sim card cut into a MicroSIM at Carphone Warehouse, when I put it in everything seemed fine. However, if you are on o2 (which I assume most people are nowerdays), none of the internet settings are compatible with this phone!