That's impressive actually. There you have it, the DNA is one power efficient son of a gun. Result: battery complaints reduced.Originally Posted by markymark
I looked at the DNA but have never owned an HTC so I didn't really consider it. Plus it seems to be a bit larger than the RAZRs, which is too big already.
Plus I feel like I need to buy a phone that serves it's purposes in as many circumstances possible. On an average day, with chargers at home, work & in the car, in areas with good cell coverage, I don't see either phone being an issue. But if I am not near a charger all day, or for a whole weekend, then I want a phone to survive. If I'm wearing shorts, I need it to fit in my pocket. If I shoot some pics or video & want to show it off on the TV later, I want the ability to do that. The RAZR Maxx HD seems to do all that.
- formerly using the Casio Commando & the Motorola RAZR Maxx. Now running it right with the Motorola RAZR Maxx HD w/ Jelly Bean.
Whatever. The screen looks damn good to me. And plenty big enough. To each their own....
And why would I "upgrade" to a phone which, at 11g of usable storage, couldn't even hold all the apps and music I had on my 2 1/2 year old droid incredible? Seems more like a downgrade to me.
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