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Review: Motorola Droid RAZR for Verizon Wireless

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What the "Wrap-Up" Should Say

schnozejt

Nov 11, 2011, 9:43 AM
The wrap up should just say:

"Bottom line it's not an Apple device.

Because of this i have to be super anal about the smallest of things."


If you use smart actions you can extend the battery considerably. Besides when did battery removal become some a beneficial feature? I'll tell you when, when Motorola made it fixed like how Apple has been doing for years.

It's just something for Apple fans to complain about. Illogical blindly following Apple to complain about stupid small things.

Need extra juice, get one of those battery packs you can plug into. Plus there will more than likely be some manufacturer coming out with a battery pack/case like how iPhone's have.
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jeffdws

Nov 14, 2011, 10:08 AM
I've had a Razr since launch day and my battery life has been great. If I only use LTE when I NEED it, I can get through roughly 30 hours on a charge.
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jeffdws

Nov 14, 2011, 10:09 AM
Also...Motorola has implemented a hardware reset...power button and volume down to reset a frozen device. So the only benefit to pulling the battery would be adding a new one. That said, most reviews I've seen are pretty unfair and unrealistic regarding battery life, at least in my experience.
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