what is the difference between this, the maxx hd and razr hd? My upgrade is the 19th that is why I was asking.
Screen size, battery size, resolution, ease of unlocking/modding
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And better camera.Originally Posted by Psykho
Yes my avatar is a chicken....WITH A CAMERA ON ITS HEAD!!!!
Typed from some sort of computing device, but probably from my LG G2 which is fun to say over and over and over again...
Pretty good depending on the carrier they update ALOT of phones and older models but the time frame could be short or long vzw slows alot up but I think there pretty on point.Originally Posted by Tonik
Pretty much the HTC DNA beats the Motorola in every category cpu, gpu the screen on this phone will be amazing the screen size and this phone will have pretty decent battery and a better camera they doth have really good radios... If ur a extremely heavy user and are never by a charger go with the Maxx. And the maxx screen is really only like 4.3 when u account for the on screen keys unless ur watching a movie of course I'd recommend the DNAOriginally Posted by wvdroidman
I really don't want to fork out alot of money for this phone though. Plus HTC kinda turned me off with their games with my thunderbolt. It seems like they quit supporting the phone already. They keep telling us the ICS is coming for it and nothing. Now they even quit talking about ICS for the thunderbolt. Plus they haven't fixed the software crashing issue yet. My software crashes at the most inoppurtune times.
Absolutely Loving my Galaxy S3
Or everybody is about equal, with certain models of phones getting more attention than others.
Android update study finds HTC, Motorola have best track record | Ars Technica
This is from Jan 2011....and I didnt even expect to find something like this. I just searched for the sake of searching....lol.
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