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These are the most recent phone user reviews posted by MOTU:

Sep 2, 2013, 10:14 PM
for the Samsung Galaxy S 4 (Verizon / Sprint):
I prefer the Razr HD Max
I received the S4 as a company phone in Aug. 2013 but still have my Razr HD Max as my personal. Overall it's not a bad phone but IMO the Samsung user interface falls short compared to the standard Google interface on the Motorola. Pros: Beautiful screen. Cons: Ear volume is not as loud as the Maxx. No Circles Widget - a minor issue but still missed. Voice command requires confirmation to make a call - unlike the Motorola - and ignores the ...

Nov 6, 2012, 10:17 AM
for the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX HD:
First Impressions
This phone is replacing a Droid X ... it got to the point where it would just turn itself off. The phone was treated very well so it must be a Motorola feature. First, I hate the user interface on the HD. Google / Motorola must have hired some programmers from MS. The number of steps to perform a task has now seemingly doubled. Also, what happened to using WORDS instead of stupid vague icons to indicate a button ...

Aug 9, 2012, 7:58 AM
for the Motorola Droid X:
Went from semi-like to HATE this phone
I've had the droidx for 1.5 years now. Have always had little issues from the beginning, requiring a battery pull one to two times a month to reset the phone. Now I pull the battery at least once a day. The latest problem ... I go to make a call and the screen stops working, I can't pull up the speaker phone mode or pull up the screen for entering a number (like my mailbox code). Pull the ...

May 23, 2008, 2:53 PM
for the Motorola RAZR2 V9m:
I've had the V9 for two weeks now as a replacement for the E-815 in Verizon's "New Every Two" plan. I haven't decided if I will keep it yet. My grade is as follows: (5 is best) Reception: 3 (not as good as the E-815) Battery Life: 1 (pathetic) Received Voice Clarity: 4 Sent Voice Clarity: 4 Speakerphone: 3 (sounds tinny) Interface: 3 (Verizon) Voice Command: 3 (not as good as the E-815) Phone Button Operation: 3 Physical Size: 5 Basically, the phone is just OK. ...

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