I may or may not regret my purchase of the RAZR yesterday. Time will tell.
What I do know is my OG took a turn for the worse over the weekend and I need a phone now. (Well, two weeks from now as I SBF the OG almost daily)
Several things brought me to the RAZR.
Global = Travel to Europe several times a year. This is a definite plus.
Gorilla Glass = My OG is scratch free after 22 months. Not sure what "durable" glass is.
Build Quality = When I saw the unboxing of the Nexus on Youtube and noticed the flexible plastic battery cover. Ouch.
I love the feel of my OG aluminum (or whatever) quality. It still looks like brand new with the exception of the camera button.
SD Card = Ran my first OG through the washer. Phone was toast. SD card was fine.
Then again, a couple of things were making me lean to the Nexus
Camera = I carry a DSLR for photos. I think I've taken less than a dozen photos with the OG.
I pack everything from 10-22mm to 100-400mm Canon L glass and it suits my needs just fine.
Battery = This was a big deal at first. Then I realized I have had a charged battery in my truck for almost two years and never used it.
for those who are away from their vehicle, office or home for extended periods, this would be a show stopper. It's just not me.
Unlocked Bootloader = I tried OC'ing my OG with mixed results. Have not overclocked in over a year.
CPU, GPU = I might play Angry Birds once a month when extremely bored. My OG handles this challenge just fine so I don't see any advantage of one over the other.
All said and done, I can live with my choice for two years until the water cooled Octi core processors are out.