Top message: This phone by Sisyphus
Replying to: Re: This phone by liquifiedgr00ve
Re: This phone
The Razr seemed like a nice phone at first but I realized a thicker more solid feeling form factor didn't bother me. I was also hesitant about the thinness because I believe that a phone should only be so thin given what it is being use for and what is inside of it. I say this coming from a Samsung Epic Touch 4G on Sprint. If I did anything more than send a text message the phone would eventually start to heat up and I could feel it because of how thin the device was. Didn't make me feel too comfortable and that was even with a little thin cover on the back. With the Razr I was also nervous about Motorola's rep of their phones exploding on people.
After playing around with phones I realized how much I loved and missed Sense using the Galaxy II for some time and the fact that if I do get tired of it I can just root and remove. I also grew weary about the lack of developer network with the Sammy and missed that being one of the original EVO owners. The interface which is almost stock android on the Razr did not feel as smooth as the HTC. So I made my decision and I have not had any regrets about it. I don't think you can go wrong with either but you care more about just aesthetics, go with the HTC.
- Re: This phone by mainframe
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