Droid Razr Maxx HD waiting lounge.

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    That's good to hear then.

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    It is at a minimum for now on ICS. But I am sure they will find a way to cram it back down our throats.
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    Who knows.. we'll see I guess :p I don't think we'll be on ics for as long as we have been on gb, and the stop over to jb will be a short one too. I think this time next year we'll see jb possibly.

    Just something that I heard or something. :D probably wrong.

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    I think they really need to slow it up. Stretch it out a bit. Let us enjoy one version for a while before throwing another one at us. Updates sure. Total redo's no.
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    I do and don't agree,

    With all of the new tech coming out that we have and haven't heard of, keeping an OS that's outdated could become a hindrance.

    But at the same time, moving too fast could do just the same.

    So its a potential double edged sword.

    Its all relevant... in the eyes of the beholder I guess.
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    I do not think that they come out with new versions to fast. The problem is that they do not get the updates out to the phones fast enough. Its not like ics is new its been out for a while. I do agree with we need to enjoy one OS before we get another. But just because phones don't get the latest software update right away does not mean that advancements should not be made so that we can have a better phone experience.
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    Most devices have not even received ICS yet and they are already talking Jelly Bean. Not only are they not giving us time to enjoy the latest OS, they are making it harder for app developers to keep up. Look at Honeycomb. There are some apps that are yet to be optimized for HC. And even more that haven't been optimized for ICS yet. Some developers will prolly not even bother trying to keep up. Which means we could end up losing some awesome classic apps to overzealous OS development. Just my thoughts.
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    They really did mess up with HC. But to me it all comes down to the manufacturers and the carriers. They need to work harder and stand by their products. Me personally I bought a nexus and a razor maxx and I use both of them as my personal phones so I already know what ics has to offer and I am ready for jelly bean. To me its not about the face unlock or other cool things they put on the phones with the new OS. Its about how much smoother the phone runs because of the newer software.
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    Anybody have any thoughts on whether or not the Droid Razr Maxx HD will have/support NFC? Are there any Motorola phones right now that have NFC?
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    I think it will because it seems everything is starting to come with it and Google is still pushing it. Since the Razr HD is definitely going to be a high end phone Moto will feel a need to include it. I don't think Motorola has released any phones that have NFC.

    To me NFC seems to be a useless technology and I'd much rather see engineers spending time on things like battery life or performance. I would not mind one bit if the Razr HD doesn't have it. I don't think any stores near me use it. If I used a mass transit system and it took NFC I guess that would be very cool but I just have no use for it and think it's a waste. I'll be interested when every store I go to accepts it or I can at least use it to buy gas.

    I'm curious, what do you want it for? Do you use it now? If so what for and is it actually faster than using your credit card?
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    No I don't use it right now but many stores in the NYC area where I live and work such as Duane Reade are starting to accept Google Wallet payments so I thought it might be nice to start using it. Assuming that I'm going to keep my next phone for at least a year then I'd like my next phone to have it but it's not really a necessity. I do think it will be faster than a credit card payment since it's contactless. If you've ever used or seen people use metrocards on the NYC subway system then you know that having to swipe your card multiple times can slow you down.
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    Makes sense :)

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    It sounds like NFC could be very useful where you are. Where I live, I get behind Amish buggies on the way to work so I guess that's the problem. We do have LTE coverage though. I've just been really dissapointed at how slowly the NFC rollout seems to be going. Who knows, maybe sometime soon I'll start seeing places in this area use NFC for payment.

    I would be very surprised if the Razr HD doesn't have it.
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    I hope it doesn't have nfc. Just another way for people to steal your info.

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