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WKG's review of the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX HD

original version, submitted May 3, 2013, 9:36 AM:

Excellent Phone!

Recently upgraded to the Razr Maxx HD from the original Droid Razr. While the original was very good phone the Razr Maxx HD improves on it in several categories. The screen is excellent and the increased size and resolution is appreciated. Dimensions are basically similar but the Maxx HD actually feels better in the pocket and isn't as bulky. Battery life just kills, 80% left at the end of day with moderate to fairly heavy usage. The phone is responsive with virtually no lag time and no crash or lockup issues. Calls are clear and loud with very good reception. Motorola is probably the best in that department. Internal storage of 32GB and external SD card capable for another 32GB makes it unlikely you will ever run out of space. Excellent build quality and feel. Add Kevlar backing and Gorilla glass front and it becomes probably the most durable phone out right now.

All in all a very nice, logically implemented and extremely functional phone. After reading some of the critical reviews here I seriously doubt the writers have ever actually spent time with it or learned how to properly use it. If you are looking to upgrade there are certainly many nice phones out right now but do not pass the Razr Maxx HD up without giving it a serious look.

edited May 3, 2013, 9:37 AM to read:

Great Phone!

Recently upgraded to the Razr Maxx HD from the original Droid Razr. While the original was very good phone the Razr Maxx HD improves on it in several categories. The screen is excellent and the increased size and resolution is appreciated. Dimensions are basically similar but the Maxx HD actually feels better in the pocket and isn't as bulky. Battery life just kills, 80% left at the end of day with moderate to fairly heavy usage. The phone is responsive with virtually no lag time and no crash or lockup issues. Calls are clear and loud with very good reception. Motorola is probably the best in that department. Internal storage of 32GB and external SD card capable for another 32GB makes it unlikely you will ever run out of space. Excellent build quality and feel. Add Kevlar backing and Gorilla glass front and it becomes probably the most durable phone out right now.

All in all a very nice, logically implemented and extremely functional phone. After reading some of the critical reviews here I seriously doubt the writers have ever actually spent time with it or learned how to properly use it. If you are looking to upgrade there are certainly many nice phones out right now but do not pass the Razr Maxx HD up without giving it a serious look.

edited May 3, 2013, 9:39 AM to the current version:

Very Nice Phone, Superb Battery Life!

Recently upgraded to the Razr Maxx HD from the original Droid Razr. While the original was very good phone the Razr Maxx HD improves on it in several categories. The screen is excellent and the increased size and resolution is appreciated. Dimensions are basically similar but the Maxx HD actually feels better in the pocket and isn't as bulky. Battery life just kills, 80% left at the end of day with moderate to fairly heavy usage. The phone is responsive with virtually no lag time and no crash or lockup issues. Calls are clear and loud with very good reception. Motorola is probably the best in that department. Internal storage of 32GB and external SD card capable for another 32GB makes it unlikely you will ever run out of space. Excellent build quality and feel. Add Kevlar backing and Gorilla glass front and it becomes probably the most durable phone out right now.

All in all a very nice, logically implemented and extremely functional phone. After reading some of the critical reviews here I seriously doubt the writers have ever actually spent time with it or learned how to properly use it. If you are looking to upgrade there are certainly many nice phones out right now but do not pass the Razr Maxx HD up without giving it a serious look.

 

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