Am I the only one who thinks the RAZR will be better than the GNex?

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    4 me, "being first" is never part of the equation or something I need. It's what fits my actual needs best vs a "spec war' or being first. The performance of both phones will certainly be spectacular...
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    Well the Droid RAZR will be the first high-end rugged smartphone, and you'll be among the first to have it lol.

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    +1.. Well said..

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    What about the casio commando?

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    Casio doesn't make anything high end...

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    The Casio Commando is not a high-end smartphone. It's a smartphone, just not a high-end one.

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    I thought the rumor going around that both Bionic and Razr would get ICS update. There was a FB or Tweet from Moto that said so, not hard facts and a lot of the sites have been saying the Razr would get ICS update in January.

    But on another note u have the 2 backwards about updates. Moto always does a decent job and its sammy that takes forever. Remember the Fascinate? My D1 came out way before it, got more updates then it and is running a higher version of software then the Sammy got OTA. Anyone that has a Fascinate will tell u Sammy dropped the ball on that phone not to mention it felt like garbage.

    As far as the Razr and GN, I thank its whatever ur tastes r, I'm a Moto fan boy so ima wait and see what reviews each get once they r out and make a final decision but as far as right now the GN edges it out for me mostly cause it has ICS and I want it now.

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    Sorry if i got it wrong about who gets updates first.. i thought sammy.. but really i guess each phone updates differently. And im sure there will be leaks n ports, i had d2 and loved it, i just hate vzw is locking this phone, especially since over seas will b unlocked.

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    Yes you are the only one ;-)

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    Motorola has been the best about updating their phones to the latest version of Android next to the Nexus phones, which are update by Google first. Just about all of Motorola's (then and now) high-end phones that were released are running official Gingerbread. The ones that aren't running it had their updates pulled to do more work on. Aside from that Motorola has been the most aggressive company in pushing out maintenance updates; the Nexus phones mainly just get the latest version of Android (2.3, 2.3.2, 2.3.4, etc.) but Motorola gets around to pushing out updates to the latest version of Android far better than the others...and their GPS works lol. The thing that attracted me to Motorola was that every time I turned around one of their phones was getting a maintenance update. I'd rather have my phone running like a champ rather than just running the latest version of Android (and of course I'd take both in a heartbeat).

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    False,

    False,

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    and false

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    Hello all. I think I'm going to get the GN if Costco gets them in but I just wanted to say this: The Droid RAZR has an OMAP 4460! I don't know why people are going around saying it has the 4430; it doesn't! That's all :)
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    and how do you know its running the 4460?
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    Motorola initially listed the Droid RAZR as having a 4430. They then switched the listing to 4460 (which caused all of the hoopla I presume), then they switched the listing back to 4430. The general consensus is that the Droid RAZR packs the 4430.


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