dated?

Discussion in 'RAZR HD and RAZR HD MAXX Support' started by sabirc13, Jan 10, 2013.

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    With phones now sporting quad core processors and 440+PPI display does the maxx HD feel dated? If not do you think it will soon?
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    In my opinion, plugging your phone into the wall in the middle of the day because your galaxy with the cracked screen and bright display can't handle the apps, processor and 4g signal that it's receiving is what is dated.
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    not at all. I think people are failing to realize these are just phones. if its lasts all day and works on lte then it does everything I need it to.
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    I am enjoying my RMHD immensely. I mess with my phone quite a bit throughout the day, and do not even come close to draining the battery. As for how the phone operates, I can't complain. It does everything quickly and accurately. I believe that the RMHD will get at least one more update by mid-year to 4.1.2. I, for one, am trying to learn how to be content with what I have, as I do not believe that there will ever be "the perfect, all-capable, up-to-date" phone, as the technology changes too quickly. However, the RMHD sure comes close. It is a little bit like Fords and Chevy's. There is no perfect vehicle and there is no perfect phone. Enjoy!
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    Oh I am definitely enjoying the phone no doubt. And I do agree with what you all have said.
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    I think some (or a lot ) of us get caught up in upgrade-itis. We want to upgrade to the next/newest phone. If you're happy with your current version of android and your phone is running it well than your phone isn't out dated.