I can't believe the demand for this device. It doesn't look that great to me, especially with a vzw nexus phone around the corner! Besides, I refuse to buy encrypted moto-crap...
which, i included in blue .
and to add onto the next part- as i said before, i have the motorola droid. we never got the gingerbread update, not even a small piece of it, nada.
The razr is a great phone with amazing hardware. looks like its slightly better then the galaxy nexus, however ice cream sandwich is the main factor.
Roms I have used: Ultimate Droid, BB and petes gpa's, pe, cyan, ss,miui, liquid, and chevy.
Roms i have used:Revolution, romans, zygot, codenamedroid, Gummynex
Now-romans with Lean Kernel.
1. When saying what phone or rom you have, make sure to include the word rocking or rockin as a verb in the sentence.
One deciding factor for me is durability.... I've had my droid 1 for almost 2 years now and have dropped it "hard falls" 10+ times...I also have dropped it in a pool, tequila, and orange juice (all separate times) and it has continued to work just as good as day one. Screen has NO scratches on it and yes my power button did break off when it dropped once but I'd have to say this phone is purely beast.
Ahh yes sorry, I forgot about durability and Moto products are very solid. Obviously, I haven't had a chance to mess with the GN but most Samsung products are pretty solid too. They may feel plastic like or whatever but they are pretty damn tough!
I will wait and see to compare both phones. My major concern? Samsung's poor performance for software o/s updates makes me hesitant about the Nexus. But since its a Google phone, maybe they are in control. Plus I read there are stipulations with the ICS Terms that manufacturers have to agree to update their devices in a more timely manner. Razr, Nexus, Droid 4, these phones are moving at a breakneck speed! We are going to want each and every model for the next 6 months! ! Quad processors? ? Both a blessing and a curse, lol....
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And no one has talked about not being able to remove the battery on the Razr. Am I the only person who is away from an outlet for long amounts of time. I bring an extra battery with me and when the phone dies I pop-in the new battery and off I go with a fully charged phone.
I will take being able to change the battery over the sdcard any day.