Motorola RAZR maxx Ve
Whats the point
Vx8300 Better photos (fact even with a 1.3mp)
More Vcast options
While I would like to usher you out of a forum you have no business being in (hint), here's a review you must have missed.
Due to a transmission problem with a just-installed cell tower near our home, we could no longer use our much-liked LG VX8300s. We found that the Motorola KRZR and Maxx Ve have significantly better call quality—particularly transmission. Here’s what we found in comparison:
”¢ LG VX8300—better access points for headphones, charging, and MicroSD card, as well as longer battery life.
”¢ The Moto Maxx—considerably better camera, no external antenna, much better screens, better keypad, better call quality, better reception, better looking.
On this site at the following link - https://www.phonescoop.com/phones/p_forum.php ?fm=m&ff=1008&fi=1167538 - you say you've been trying the L7e and the RIZR Z3 from T-Mobile and that you "want to get the new L72 so bad," but "i will stick with nokias for now!"
I thought you had an LG VX8300? Only Verizon has the LG, but at the above link you you say you're sticking with your Nokias.
Hmm...Are you throwing out some bull and having fun with us?
I was with Cingular...moved to tmobile in december 2006...now im back to Verizon.
When i was with GSM Nokias were the best!!!
But now with verizon I have the vx8300. And No the Maxx Ve doesnt take better pics. Just because a phone has a 2mp camera doesnt mean its better than a 1.3mp.
CNET claims out of all verizon phones the vx8300 takes the best pics you PEICE OF SH4T. So let m,e guess you know more than CNET...F^G
I simply found (and still find) your comments suspect. You posted a comment only two months ago (on May 16) about how you’re sticking “with Nokias for now,” but now you claim to have an LG VX8300. Perhaps you do, but your timeline seems out of whack. If you do own the LG, then I apologize.
My comparison comments about the two phones are correct, your scarily furious diatribe notwithstanding. I had the VX8300 for a year and have had the Maxx Ve for several months. I’ve taken a lot of pictures with both, and the LG camera compares poorly. (And while CNET did rate the LG as a phone higher overall than the Maxx, it did not state that it took the best pictures.) In other words, I’m pretty qualified to comment on...
The MAXX wins in the following areas:
-Better sound quality
-Better build quality/materials
The 8300 wins in the following areas:
-Battery life slightly better
-More customizable interface
-Slightly faster menu speed
I'd say the MAXX takes the cake where it really counts.