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Motorola and Verizon Announce the 7.1mm Thick Droid RAZR

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Announcing the DROID RAZR

bluecoyote

Oct 18, 2011, 12:35 PM
Combining the terrible Motorola phones of 2009 with the terrible Motorola phones of 2004!

Although impressively thin, this thing is hard on the eyes. And if it's anything like every other Motorola phone since the Droid, it gets worse the second you turn it on.
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Snapper314

Oct 18, 2011, 2:38 PM
I really don't know WTF you're talking about.

The original Razr was THE best selling phone prior to the iPhone.

The recently released Motorola Droid phones (X2, Bionic) have been GREAT overall. This new Razr has the best screen I've ever seen, is fast, stable, and powerful.

But maybe those features don't appeal to you. 🙄
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MrGuder

Oct 18, 2011, 2:58 PM
He's just hating because Motorola figured out how to make a thin LTE phone before Apple did. There is no excuse for Apple this time. The smaller LTE chips are available now.
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HawkeyeOC

Oct 19, 2011, 3:42 PM
MrGuder said:
He's just hating because Motorola figured out how to make a thin LTE phone before Apple did. There is no excuse for Apple this time. The smaller LTE chips are available now.


Apple is more interested in actually making a smartphone that works though instead of being the first out there. You can't deny that Motorola has a spotty record building phones in the past. I have owned a lot of crap myself.

This phone by the way id being made fun of on other sites declaring it the "thinnest phone out there except for the part that isn't" 🤣
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XMegadeathX

Oct 18, 2011, 3:06 PM
dont worry about him hes just a troll that loves to push his stupid bile on us because he cannot have an open mind.
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bluecoyote

Oct 18, 2011, 6:44 PM
They were also terrible devices (though beautifully constructed for their time.)

Absolutely horrible software that managed to get worse with each iteration. The average replacement cycle was 4 months on Sprint.

Every other Motorola phone since the original Droid has been miserable. The Droid 2 has been insanely bad, with the ATRIX being one of the biggest turds AT&T released this year.
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island-guy

Oct 18, 2011, 6:52 PM
I can't argue with the crap Motorola shoves into their phones but from a hardware perspective I can't complain. This phone is locked down tight and it looks like Motorola is trying to lock user into using the bloatware on this device which looks to be very data intensive. My atrix was decent but now that I have a custom rom on it and minus the bloatware it's awesome. This phone has so much potential.....
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alpaca_camel

Oct 18, 2011, 4:53 PM
you're just here for argument's sake.


go away, bend over for steve jobs.


oops. he's dead already. oh well ...
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bluecoyote

Oct 18, 2011, 6:42 PM
You're pretty upset, did Tracfone make you pay a security deposit?
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alpaca_camel

Oct 18, 2011, 7:25 PM
just a waste of time.
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Jayshmay

Oct 19, 2011, 6:21 AM
That was funny! I had a bad experience with the original Droid. I'm dobe with Motorola like a bad girlfriend!!!
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Overmann

Oct 19, 2011, 10:35 AM
The Motorola RAZR had high marks for having a big screen, big buttons, but fitting in your pocket without feeling like a brick. Yeah it had performance problems, the battery was rubbish, and it seems high humidity was enough to short the phone to death, but since Motorola have been pumping out Android phones and only Android phones they have given the competition something to think about. Sure, some phones weren't as good as others, but overall they're not that bad.

That said, I have a used Droid Pro I got on ebay, and with the Gingerbread update it is wicked fast and great to type with, and works with just about everything I use on an Android Phone. Even Minecraft plays fine on it.
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