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Thread: Can you really notice a difference between the gnex. Vs razr's screen??

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    Can you really notice a difference between the gnex. Vs razr's screen??

    I have the gnex but I'm thinking of getting the maxx due to its battery but I don't want to suffer lack of beautiful screen....
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    I personally thought the razr's screen was a dealbreaker. The green tint bugged the heck out of me.
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    for me it was night a day. not even close comparison compare to the gnex or rezound. check them out and see if it's ok with u.
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    and if battery life is a concern why not just buy a spare and carry that around. What if your maxx runs out of battery, then you're really screwed if you're not near a charger
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    Quote Originally Posted by dezymond View Post
    I personally thought the razr's screen was a dealbreaker. The green tint bugged the heck out of me.
    I use an app "screen adjuster" to correct the tint. How can anyone stand not being able to use your phone without having a charger or battery close by? I am loving the only phone able to handle 4g power!

    Sent from my Droid Razr Maxx (with plenty of 4g battery power left)
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    Quote Originally Posted by texas200 View Post
    I use an app "screen adjuster" to correct the tint. How can anyone stand not being able to use your phone without having a charger or battery close by? I am loving the only phone able to handle 4g power!

    Sent from my Droid Razr Maxx (with plenty of 4g battery power left)
    No need an app to make the screen look good on the Nexus

    Alot of people are on the go. Judging by the OP's past threads this seems to be the case for him which is why he's considering switching. However if this is the case I don't think switching to the Maxx would be the best solution. If I were in his shoes I'd pick up a spare battery, just my .02 though
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    Back to GB and lower resolution? Naaa. Extra battery ftw!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dezymond View Post
    No need an app to make the screen look good on the Nexus

    Alot of people are on the go. Judging by the OP's past threads this seems to be the case for him which is why he's considering switching. However if this is the case I don't think switching to the Maxx would be the best solution. If I were in his shoes I'd pick up a spare battery, just my .02 though
    Yea, instead of having a phone that just works I would recommend just having a pocket full of batteries. (The app takes up less room)

    Both phones are good I just think the maxx is just the only phone that can handle the 4g power.

    Try to run a speed test or benchmark with both phones and let me know how it goes. (After you change out your battery)

    I use my phone a lot and wouldn't own a phone that I had to run on 3g and shutoff data just to get it to last 1/2 as long as it should.

    Sent from my Droid Razr Maxx (with plenty of 4g battery power left)
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    And to answer the original question, go to Verizon and look at the screen for yourself, but remember to turn up the brightness on the maxx, and don't worry it will not kill the battery.

    Sent from my Droid Razr Maxx (with plenty of 4g battery power left)
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    Quote Originally Posted by texas200 View Post
    Yea, instead of having a phone that just works I would recommend just having a pocket full of batteries. (The app takes up less room)

    Both phones are good I just think the maxx is just the only phone that can handle the 4g power.

    Try to run a speed test or benchmark with both phones and let me know how it goes. (After you change out your battery)

    I use my phone a lot and wouldn't own a phone that I had to run on 3g and shutoff data just to get it to last 1/2 as long as it should.

    Sent from my Droid Razr Maxx (with plenty of 4g battery power left)
    I'm not sayin the Razr is a bad phone, it's a great phone. However, this isn't the first thread the OP made about battery life. If he's on his phone that often, no matter which 4g phone he gets it'll get drained. The reason I recommend carrying a spare is because I'm guessing he's not near a charger most of the day. Having a spare means he can enjoy the phone he likes now without having to go through the process of switching and possibly not enjoying a Razr.

    Speed test and benchmarks are nothing but a test. In a real world situation/use the phones are almost identical in speed, from my experience. And as a Nexus owner I can tell you I have my phone last all day on 4g, I am rooted and ROMed however and I don't htink the OP is
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