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Thread: Should I return my Razr for a Galaxy Nexus??

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_head View Post
    No way for me.
    Non-removable storage is a deal breaker.
    And non-removable battery isn't?

    A lithium battery lasts may 1.5-2 years, so the need to replace the battery isn't that far away. I talked to Motorola and got this: battery replacement requires sending the phone back to them and costs not less than $110 (or maybe more). Talk about a deal breaker.
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    ICS for the razr is supposedly to be in Jan/Feb of 2012.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olc View Post
    And non-removable battery isn't?

    A lithium battery lasts may 1.5-2 years, so the need to replace the battery isn't that far away. I talked to Motorola and got this: battery replacement requires sending the phone back to them and costs not less than $110 (or maybe more). Talk about a deal breaker.
    Batteries last longer than that.

    But even then, after 2 years people are ready for a new phone anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JP 5.56 View Post
    This is one of those things I think only YOU can really answer for yourself. I basically did the same thing, giving in and getting a RAZR (my D1 forced me too, not working). I am totally in love with the RAZR now though and the more I read and find out about the Nexus the more I am thinking I really don't want it.

    One drawback though is there is indication on Motorola's blog today that makes it sound like the RAZR will not be seeing ICS in January, but rather sometime mid-year.

    For me, if the Nexus ever actually releases, and I am within the return period, I will go have a look at it, just to be sure - but I'm fairly certain I wont want to give up the RAZR.
    What I would be afraid to give up would be Motorola's radios.

    Learned my lesson, went from an original DROID to a Thunderbolt and regretted every no signal having min

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    Same as above poster said, Samsung phones never worked well for me personally. Seems like they get the software right but the hardware... meh, just don't care for the plasticity of it. Also at times they just quit working on me. Motorola has always proven to work. At least for me anyways.

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    Eww the Nexus sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olc View Post
    And non-removable battery isn't?

    A lithium battery lasts may 1.5-2 years, so the need to replace the battery isn't that far away. I talked to Motorola and got this: battery replacement requires sending the phone back to them and costs not less than $110 (or maybe more). Talk about a deal breaker.
    Extended warranty + insurance = think i got battery for free i highly doubt they will charge for battery replacement anyways
    Yeah... so what if I am a country boy? Ill take whine over beer.... but i prefer Jack or Jim id take either of them over the others... so what just cause i wear boots doesn't mean i don't listen to rock and metal... and yes i live on a farm and own a tractor bigger than my truck (: got a prob?
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    Verizon told me a bad battery was a warranty issue and you would be given a replacement rather than sending in your phone for repair.

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    I read nothing but the title. And my answer is yes. Bring it back. Get the nexus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tc1 View Post
    Batteries last longer than that.

    But even then, after 2 years people are ready for a new phone anyway.

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    Lithium batteries last a total of 2-3 years before they die. By the end of two years however, their charge capacity is down about 40%, which is hardly enough for something that sucks up power like the Razr. And a $300, with contract, phone ought to have a useful life of more than the length of the contract.
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