Ambrown - if you're gonna use the new phone just like you used the Incredible, you'll get much better battery life out of the DNA - so maybe that will be all you need. That's my situation thus far.
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I currently have a Moto Droid X, about 2.5 years old. Works fine, but am itchy for new technology. Was ready to get the DNA---the Note 2 was too large to fit into a jean's pocket (I am male), the SG3 was 6 month old technology and is already being discounted to clear the shelves, and the Razr is again, old technology by now. After much reading, I have
decided to wait until the Spring, and get the Sammy SG4. By most accounts, it is being touted as a game-changer, and won't be out-dated within the 2 year commitment. IMHO.
What is it that you people are carrying on a phone that you need that much storage for though? I have tons of pics and albums still with over 3GB left. Some of those albums I can actually stand to delete and just pull them up over the cloud. I usually only keep like the last 10 hottest albums on my phone plus a few my old favorites. Anything outside of that I can use the cloud space to pull up. No one listens to their whole library everyday. If the mood strikes me for something not in the phone then I can eat up a little data simply to go down memory lane. And if you say "well I keep alot of movies on their." Why? No 5.5 in screen will ever replace a tablet or a regular TV. But hey, that just my stance on it. The DNA as been great to me in the couple weeks I've owned it. The only problem I have with it is that the design is so great that I don't want a case on it, but I have to because I noticed a few nicks on it. But the Razr Maxx HD is a good phone too. I'm just more concerned about the whole Moto/Google issues and what not. The Maxx takes lesser quality pics too...just saying. Either phone is good though. HTC needs to quit BSing people and get with the program. People like options. Expandable battery and space...like the rezound. They went away from that for better phone design. But hey, Apple is doing the same thing, but at least they give people the 32 GB option.
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Htc Dna all the way. The screen is horrible on the Motorola compared to htc's
Four weeks ago at this moment, I still sported the same Motorola Pro* since the end of February '11. As the proud owner now of a gleaming HTC DNA - which IMHO is to the Pro what the Pro is to a feature phone - I can tell you it was running neck and neck with the RAZR MAXX HD in my mind.
Of course, one of the RAZR MAXX HD's signature assets is its massive battery life. Thing is, that doesn't affect how much electric power I ultimately need to run the phone, only how often I need to actually charge it. (As brad92 kindly pointed out to me, it's like a car with a bigger gas tank - but the same MPG.) Since I'm not often far from an outlet I control, and even when I am I don't consider myself a "power user," extreme battery life means quite a bit less to me than to many folks on here.
On the other hand, I tend to have multiple apps running, including starting from bootup. My Pro was running like molasses in January. So quad-core really sealed the deal for me. Plus, I figured that a phone which already has a quad-core processor would probably also kick butt in the other areas that matter...and so far I haven't been disappointed.**
And btw, the DNA's video is out of this world.
[*] On a side note, smartphones seem to depreciate even faster than PCs and laptops. I paid $260 for my wife's and my own Pros back then, with a two-year Verizon Wireless contract renewal. Already this past summer, VZW had started giving them away free with new two-year contracts.
[**] For the same reason, previously I also considered the LG Optimus G.
Whichever one you end up picking, enjoy!
most on the droid dna forum are going to say droid dna
Obviously The HTC Droid DNA...With my eyes closed